By Matrix
9/10/2008 11:45:25 PM
I went to group tonight and after, I just felt like writing to you specifically. I love you, Toes. I may not have ever met you but I have so much love going to you. You are my sister and not just a sister, but a sister that understands exactly what I'm going through. You have been such a wonderful lifesaver to me and I want to thank you for that.

I did find out something at group that I thought you might want to know. The group I go to is the only one of it's kind in the whole church. We are a pioneer group and the only one specifically for women. Just a couple months ago, it was dying and close to being taken away. The problems are that first, no one thought this affected women. The second, women aren't brave enough to face this outside of a bishops office. We had a huge group tonight. By huge I mean six. The men have two rooms because they can't all fit in one and we have six women. We keep being told that there are more who have talked to their bishops but are too afraid to come to group. I wish they would come. They are basing all other ideas for womens groups on us. I wish you had one. It's so amazing to talk with the sisters. The spirit is so strong you can touch it.

Since you don't have your own group, I want to give you my email. I'd really enjoy hearing from you and hearing how you're doing. I care about you, Toes, and I hope you are doing well. My email is *************.com. Put your username or something like that in the subject line so I don't delete it.

I'm always praying for you.


"Thanks for continuing to go to group. Maybe I can find out when/where it is and the next time I am in happy valley I can make a special effort to go. I need a group like that. I really and truly would travel to your group because of the unity that I need to feel with women who have the same problem.

Thank you so much for your support. I feel that we were meant to find this website and each other. I feel your prayers and your strength. Thank you so much!! (Day 68!)

today was tough."
posted at 23:08:44 on September 11, 2008 by toes_23

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