I am so grateful to the many wonderful writers I have met here on FS, and so thankful for their help and friendship.
November 21, 2010 at 2:59PM
Laurie Clayton: Hi Sunny, You don't know me but I have just read a piece from Susan (Realist 101)in which she tells us how tragically you have been (and still are) affected by a Tornado strike. I am too far away to be of any physical help, but know that my thoughts are with you and those you hold dear. Keep well, keep safe. Lx
November 23, 2011 at 4:09PM
Bellringer: Sunny, Thanks to Susan, I too have been made aware of the loss of loved ones you have suffered during the tornado in your area. I pray that you and those affected will find peace of mind and the strenghth to comfort one another. Blessings, Hector
November 23, 2011 at 9:37PM
Kathryn Varuzza: Hello Sunny, I read Susan's (Realist101) piece. She wrote about the tornado and your loss. I send you hugs and prayers. And nice to meet you.
November 24, 2011 at 12:37AM
wordsfromsue: Hi Sunny! I'm a new fan of yours and I look forward to reading your stories. I love your cheery profile picture. Oh yes, and I'm nuts about squirrels. Look at my profile and you'll see what I mean! Any friend to squirrels is a friend of mine. :-)
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