OT (LONG) Thank-You, Thank-You, Thank-You

OT (LONG) Thank-You, Thank-You, Thank-You

Post by K Coo » Thu, 29 Oct 1998 04:00:00



To all of you who may have thought I had taken you for granted, I have not.
I have always known that there are wonderful people in this world, and now I
know that they all subscribe to this newsgroup.  It is true when they say
that quilters are a special breed of people.

I must start off by saying thank-you and apologizing for not getting to
everyone individually as of yet ( I will).
When I posted about the problems with Chris's lay-off, and my frustration
and anguish at what was happening you all reached out with such an out
pouring of sincere concern I was suprised.
The squishies that arrived, the books for my children, the book on paper
peicing, the postage stamps, and the many e-mails of support have truely
helped me through the days.

I guess if we look at the funnier side of things they can carry us through
the days, like yesterday when the nurse came to see Chris about disability
for his sleep disorder, he fell asleep while she was asking him questions.
Bailey(#4) was asked by the postal lady who sends her mom all these packages
and Bailey aptly replied :The computer does".   anyway I could go on and on.

Please bear with me as I contact each one of you individually I hadn't
intended for it to take so long, but with the computer crashing, 3 weeks of
steroids for a lung infection, and the constant meetings about the lay-off
and now the company fighting the disability claim, some times I forget.

You are all wonderful people, and I am blessed to know you

Love
Kim

 
 
 

OT (LONG) Thank-You, Thank-You, Thank-You

Post by Butterfl » Thu, 29 Oct 1998 04:00:00


Quote:

> To all of you who may have thought I had taken you for granted, I have not.
> I have always known that there are wonderful people in this world, and now I
> know that they all subscribe to this newsgroup.  It is true when they say
> that quilters are a special breed of people.

> I must start off by saying thank-you and apologizing for not getting to
> everyone individually as of yet ( I will).
> When I posted about the problems with Chris's lay-off, and my frustration
> and anguish at what was happening you all reached out with such an out
> pouring of sincere concern I was suprised.
> The squishies that arrived, the books for my children, the book on paper
> peicing, the postage stamps, and the many e-mails of support have truely
> helped me through the days.

> I guess if we look at the funnier side of things they can carry us through
> the days, like yesterday when the nurse came to see Chris about disability
> for his sleep disorder, he fell asleep while she was asking him questions.
> Bailey(#4) was asked by the postal lady who sends her mom all these packages
> and Bailey aptly replied :The computer does".   anyway I could go on and on.

> Please bear with me as I contact each one of you individually I hadn't
> intended for it to take so long, but with the computer crashing, 3 weeks of
> steroids for a lung infection, and the constant meetings about the lay-off
> and now the company fighting the disability claim, some times I forget.

> You are all wonderful people, and I am blessed to know you

> Love
> Kim

Dear Kim,
Right now don't worry about the individual "thank yous". We are just
glad to hear from you.  It may be easier for you just to list "names"for
the time being.  You have your hands full and we will still be here when
things are easier for you.
So keep us posted and up to date.  And we will keep you and yours in our
prayers.
Butterfly