Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Sharing Feedback

My husband Rodney received this from a person who was a teacher in our high school up until a few years ago. He has kept in contact with Rodney over the years. He sent it to Rod after listening to my podcast on NotAlone. He is a very kind man, and it made me especially proud that someone who had been my English teacher so many years ago was impressed with what I had to say! It is nice to be acknowledged...wanted to share :)



"I listened to the whole thing. I am heartbroken for what you deal with daily. I am so impressed with Tracy. She is an incredible woman and a valiant fighter for you. There has never been any doubt that you are the love of her life. And, there is nothing she won't do or sacrifice for you. You are so blessed to have her. She is truly your gift from God."


Also one of his fellow soldiers who worked along side him during his 15 months on med hold. She also made me feel what I have been doing and continue to do is the right thing to do! She wrote the following...

"how powerful is that! I feel guilty now for giving up on my ex husband. However, wow, i listened and it had me in tears and swallowing hard. VERY GOOD way to get this out and she will CHANGE THE SYSTEM. It might not happen tomorrow. You will both change it. Maybe not completely; the more your voices are heard, the more power you have to make changes. I bet you are proud of her for making that blog and this recordings!"



Trying to Keep Imagining!
Tracy

5 comments:

Laura ~Peach~ said...

so true... so true... hugsssssssss

The Muse said...

Don't feel guilty hon...life has all of us in different paths...the Power of heaven will be with you...Your heart is so good...I am sure that you are going to a powerhouse and a CHANGEMAKER for good!

jojo said...

I didn't know you had posted again!
Tracy, I am so proud of you..you have made a difference and things will and are changing because of you! Take care...;p

Mr. and Mrs. Top Gun said...

Hi! I just came across your blog, and I think it is fabulous. My prayers and support go out to you and your lovely family. Thank you for writing such inspirational posts- they make my day!

Tracy said...

Thank you to you all-I need to start blogging much more often-being in school now I have so much to say and am in the right place to make a difference someday as a social worker!
Tracy