I just wanted to drop a note of thanks for your unwavering support of my daughter. I have a stack of your cards in front of me but I figured if I e-mail LT then no one would be left out. LT, if you could please forward this e-mail to everyone, I would greatly appreciate it. I don’t know where to begin and it’s so hard to put into words. My daugther was scared, in fact terrified. She cried and told me she didn’t want to testify. I tried to explain how important it was and she tried to be strong. She was scared the whole time leading up to the trial and I could only give her so much strength. That was until that Wednesday morning when you guys showed up at the court house. That was the first time I had seen her walk with her head up in 3 years. She was walking proud and feeling strong. She would have never had the strength to stand up to that animal and testify without your family being her power and pride. As a family you opened your hearts as well as your homes to make not only my daughter feel safe, but myself as well. You will never know, nor could I ever put into words, the impact your family has had on my family. My daugther and I truly feel like we belong to the Guardian family.

Thank you soooo…. Much for the impact you have had on my family’s life and on the lives of all the children you help to protect. If there is ever anything I can do for any of you please let me know. If ever any of you are in my home town let me know, you will have a place to stay. I am forever indebted to you for the pride that you have brought back into my daughters life. Because of your family my daughter can again walk down the street without fear. She can now play freely knowing that he cannot hurt her anymore. Most of all, she can begin to heal so that she may be able to trust again. God Bless you all for what you do, if the world had a few more bikers like you guys in it, children would never have to be scared again!


Forever you brother,


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On Monday, Billy didn't have his homework and when the teacher asked him why, He said, "Because a monster ripped it up, after I told him a lie." "You know monsters don't exist, and if you don't turn in your homework, no recess you will get." On Tuesday, Billy had a stomachache and when the teacher asked him why? He said, "A monster took away my dinner, even my cherry pie." "Billy, I've told you once before, monsters are not real. You'll have to wait till lunchtime before you get a meal." On Wednesday, Billy had a bandage, which covered his right eye. When the teacher asked him how it happened, this was his reply: "A monster was running after me when I ran into the door:" "Billy please," the teacher said, "I don't want to hear any more." On Thursday, Billy refused to sit down, and when the teacher asked him why? Billy said, "A monster whipped my bottom, because I started to cry." "Billy," said the teacher, "this is getting out of hand, and if you continue with these stories, in the corner you will stand." "On Friday, Billy didn't come to school, and when the teacher found out why, she said a little prayer to God in hopes Billy would survive. For a monster had beaten Billy and threatened him with a knife. Now Billy lay in a hospital bed, fighting for his life. So listen and please remember, that monsters are for real. Listen closely to kids stories, A wounded heart you may heal!!!!!

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