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Guest Jenny C

All my admiration !

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Guest Jenny C

There are so many incredible and heart gifted persons here that do their best to help others...

I want to express to you my most sincere admiration !!!

You are Angels !!!

Love to all of you who give so much to others !

No words could really express what I think of you... You are Divine !!!

Jenny

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Guest Donna Jean

There are so many incredible and heart gifted persons here that do their best to help others...

Jenny

One of the most beautiful terms that I've heard in a long time.........

HUGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGS!

Dee Jay

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Guest Gregg Jameson

Hi Jenny!

I agree with you!

I have never seen a forum with so many heartful...and mindful... people as members!

Many of the members here do not simply talk the talk, they also walk the walk!

Hearful, mindful, heart-gifted and like hearted! :D

Jenny, you are one of these people!

Always does my heart good to encounter your spirit!

Hugs,

Brad

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Guest Chii

Agreed, this forum is most definitely a beautiful sanctuary!

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Guest ~Brenda~

There is something that sets Laura's a part from all other forums..... Love

Indeed, I have found Laura's my home.

Brenda

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Guest rikkicd64

There is something that sets Laura's a part from all other forums..... Love

Indeed, I have found Laura's my home.

Brenda

Brenda,I second your sentimates,here at Laura's,has helped me so much in my transition and I love you all for being gentle with me through some of my most vulnerable times.Compassion = love,thanks.

Rikki...

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JJ

I have been struck again lately by the wisdom and courage and patience so many have shown here.

It takes a special brand of courage to tell people truths they may not want to hear yet do it with compassion.

We do that as well as the more straightforward type of support. It can be vitally important. Each voice we raise can be the one someone needs to hear or the one that reaches someone we may never know about. What we does goes beyond just the internet. .

As I have said before -we each bring something special and though we may have come seekig we end up giving as well so often.

Together we do make a village. Together we are incredible.

Thanks to each of you for being a part of the community-the family here. My family & my community in a very real sense.

Love

Johnny

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Guest ZoeG360

I honestly don't know what I would do without this place. I mean I have worked hard to build friends here in the Twin Cities, and I have more friends than ever before.

But here at Laura's is a diversity, intelligence, experience, breadth of ages & gender identifications, and true caring that is immediately accessible, any time, 24/7.

I have friends I have never met face to face, yet I would do just about anything for you. You all dry my tears, renew my spirit, and give me hugs when I need them. You have helped me build my faith in humanity and brought me out of my shell.

Other than that, there is not a lot here! :>))

Also, while I am on a gratitude bender, I'd like to thank the moderators who keep the forums on track and kooks out. Lastly don't forget that this forum is enabled by The Breast Form Store.

Zoe

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Guest Lacey Lynne

There is something that sets Laura's a part from all other forums..... Love

Indeed, I have found Laura's my home.

Brenda

Brenda's got that right!

Michael Corleone:

"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in."

That about sums it up. What IS it about this place?

Laura's Cosa Nostra --- Capo di tutti capi, Amato, a salute!

Grazie, va bene cosi! :friends: Lacey Pisani Lynne

Postscript:

Jenny C:

YOU are majorly one of us too! We love your posts. I certainly love them. Dee Jay's right: "Heart-Gifted!"

What a VERY cool phrase! Love it! Gotta remember that one! :thumbsup:

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Guest Jenny C

You definitively are Angels !!! All those who wrote here and those who did not yet !!!

I wanted to pay a tribute to all of you who are incredible Souls and you find ways to give us, to give me Love in return.

Thank you my loved ones.

Jenny.

P.S. It was a sincere tribute ! But God it does good to acknowledged the truth and to receive at the same time.

P.S.2 I was sure "heart-gifted" was a well known expression... So I hope it becomes one 'cause it is what I see here !!!

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KathrynJulia

God I so love it here among so many truely awesome people. My dad today wasn't one of my best, but a half hour on this forum and it is the highlight of my day. Thanks to everyone for shining beautiful sunshine into my life.

Kathryn

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