'All Of You Showed (Me) How To Fly Again'


The staff at Time Out Domestic Violence Shelter recently received this letter of thanks and would like to share it with the people of Payson.

"I want to thank all of you for the time that you helped us. With your help, I learned many things. First of all, I learned that I can work. Second, that there is always something to fight for, and that every person fills in a special place in this world. I used to feel like a bird without wings, but all of you showed (me) how to fly again.

"Thank you very, very much. You all have different personalities, but you all have the same purpose -- to help others. Even (if) you don't believe me, I learned something from each of you, and even though I don't know all of your names, I have you in my heart and in my mind. Keep up the good work."

We, the staff of Time Out, don't often hear we're doing a good job, but when we see the smile on the face of a woman who has discovered a way out of domestic violence we continue to plug along. We are here not because it is a job, but because we want to make a difference. Thank you, Payson, for continually supporting us and allowing us to make a difference. For information on our program and how you can help, call 472-8007.

The staff of Time Out Inc.

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