If you are interested in being an “humble B”, please let me know.
Call me old school, but I admit that I have a fondness for snail mail. I work over 50 hours a week and I have honestly loved checking the mail recently. Your handwritten encouragement has really been wonderful.
But, I also appreciate the convenience of email. So, feel free to send your contact information in whatever way that works best for you.
Either way, I would greatly appreciate it. This is strictly for me to have a way to contact you personally, no other purpose.
I also want to stress that there are no membership exclusions. I personally struggle with anxiety and depression. If I can reach out to you and comfort you in any way, that is my ultimate goal.
I never want this to be considered anything more than a very large support group. The common emotions and connections from the S-Town podcast have really made me want to raise awareness for suicide prevention and cyberbullying.
Feel free to share your thoughts, I enjoy talking about the positive impact we can achieve. Any ideas for more group participation projects would be greatly appreciated.
On a local level, I wanted to see how many people would be interested in a luncheon at the Tin Roof Restaurant on Saturday, August 12th, at noon. I need some type of RSVP for that so Michelle can be prepared. I was thinking we could have a nice lunch and enjoy each other’s company. I also love to promote and support our local businesses. We can move to my house afterwards.
I thought it would be a great way for us to talk and share ideas prior to the Woodstock Music Festival on September 23rd. I want to reserve a booth and
I want to promote The Forget Me Not Wildflower Trail. But, I also want to see what else we can do for local causes. I have met some wonderful people and I want this to continue.
Thank you so much for your support and interest. Come see us if at all possible and if you are unable to travel, please send me a note or an email.
50 Rotenberry Lane
Woodstock, AL 35188