I am working on another password protected post for tomorrow or Friday. If you already have the password from the last one, it remains the same. If you don’t and would like it, please shoot me an email. And if I ignore an email from you, it probably means I don’t like you and/or you won’t be getting the password. Just sayin.’
Also, I am asking all of you for help. Hannah is-well. All of you know what Hannah has gone through this past year, and I won’t get into it here but things are taking a decidedly downhill turn. What I am asking is that each of you write Hannah a letter. It can be a letter detailing your own personal experiences with any or all of the following issues: sexual abuse, emotional and behavioral problems, academic and social issues. Tell her about what happened, and how you found a way through. Tell her about the pain, but also the healing and the joy. Tell her how you personally overcame whatever obstacle (s) you were or are facing, and how you go on to lead normal, fulfilled lives. It is one thing for me to say to her, “I know this woman/man who went through THIS, and you can get through it, too.” Another thing entirely to be able to read the words on paper, to flip through the pages and have physical evidence that it can be done. I would like to make her a scrapbook of sorts, filled with your triumphs, so that she has tangible evidence that she isn’t alone, and that she can be okay. Any of you who are willing to do so, please email me with your letter. The title of the email needs to read something like “Letter to Hannah” so I can easily find it, and I promise you that I will not share, without permission, anything in those letters, with anyone but Hannah. I would like to be able to print them out and put them in a book of sorts for her, something she can keep with her.
And pray for her. If you don’t pray, send up good thoughts, or light candles, burn incense, send out positive vibes to the universe on her behalf. Pray for me, that I will be able to do what needs to be done. Pray that at least one of the doors I am opening will lead us down the right path. Pray that at least one person will say just the right thing for her, that she will find her way and her strength and her beauty, that she will ultimately be okay.