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An All Encompasing Thank You Letter

March 27th, 2014 at 06:18 am

Dear SA Family,

I have been part of this family, albeit somewhat missing for a couple years, since 2007! I have read about the highs and lows of my SA families. I have witnessed great accomplishments and seen some terrible situations unfold. I have followed stories of children, extended family and everything in between! Through all of this, I am extremely grateful for the guidance, support, advice, suggestions, prayers and otherwise, friendship. I am thankful to each one of you and for each one of you. As I sit here in Rochester, NY, freezing my backside off, I am reminded that the trials and tribulations I face are the very same ones faced by those of you between Austrailia to the Napa Valley, CA. In an odd way, that makes me feel much less alone. Thanks everyone! - Jamie

4 Responses to “An All Encompasing Thank You Letter”

  1. wife of the deacon Says:

    Dear Jamie,
    I am glad that you are back and posting regularly. It is nice to have another Catholic here. I, too, feel very fortunate to be part of this cyber-community. I had a rough time last week and felt support after every post. So, we're thankful for you, too! Laura (wife of the deacon)

  2. Mooshocker Says:


    So nice to hear from you. I really enjoy your blogs. Yes, as a Catholic man, I take support from all aspects of my life. I have struggled through some great adversity over the past three years but honestly believe that I am and will continue to learn and grow from each situation. An of course, along this path of trial and tribulation, I have recognized the need to offer it up to Christ and listen to His Will! May God bless you and your family. May the sacrements fill your life with peace as you live your faith. Remember, share the Gospel and if you absolutely have to......use words!

  3. wife of the deacon Says:

    We're deeply ingrained in our faith DH is in formation the diaconate (with the shortage of priests in our Diocese, he was strongly urged to move forward and will replace our resident deacon after his ordination). And I'm fortunate that one of my sons loves Mundelein (St. Mary of the Lake Seminary) and one daughter may be discerning joining the sisters, though I'm more certain about my son. Smile Have a peaceful Lent.

  4. creditcardfree Says:

    I, too, am really thankful for everyone here. It's like an obsession to come here every day and cheer everyone on. Why wouldn't we want others to do well? It's hard for me to fathom. Glad you are blogging again, JT!

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