Ability from Dependency through Trust – Letter to Friends April 20, 2013
Last time we were together like this Jeremy was typing just a little. That was really quite a while ago since I sadly missed our last event. What I was doing was learning about publishing each awesome book I can conceive. Each day we add a little more. When I am independent it will be easier. Want to waste as awfully small amount of time as politically possible to host you at a celebration party for that.
Each of you powerfully help me have more ability when you do your own typing. We save each other. We awesomely are given that ability. Each of you really are so powerful. How did that happen? Since we quietly began, awesome numbers have been growing. Let’s go to the next level. We need more awesome trapped souls to get their voice. We can do this. And they will be saved from awful isolation.
Thanks, friends, for our relationship of trust. Each day you are an inspiration to me. Each day, when I wake to autism, I know that if you can do it, so can I. Awesome ability leaps from a state of dependency. Amazing. Wonderful is a God wanting our relationships to carry us. Amen.
I thank Dr Hulseman and her kind staff for helping us on our path to independence. You awesomely easily speak for us. Thanks for listing our group as credible. Truly, you are angels for us. Thanks! Trust is altogether such a key to figuring successful treatment strategies. You embody trust we can count on. Following you is easy. Liking is part of healing. Very few are the doctors I have liked, but you make it easy. Thanks, again!