When I was first getting the hang of Twitter and was totally lost, I was lucky enough to find a special birdie who encouraged me and became a treasured friend.
As a writer I cannot communicate in less than 140 characters. That I actually found a lasting friend through that number of letters is nothing short of a miracle! It is Lee’s welcoming and supportive presence that shone through the restrictions I was rebelling against.
Not only am I often encouraged by Lee, many others are. She gives gifts, prayer and a great deal of positive support through both her social networks and her blog on a daily basis. That is a lot of work for someone with a family and a demanding job, yet she still has time for others.
So thank you for being there for me Lee… I am sure that many others would also like to say thank you for being a ready ear and a virtual hug.
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