An Open Letter To My Future Donor

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Dearest Friend,

I feel we’ve met before, on another spiritual plane, in another time. I’ve spoken to you in the morning dawn and whispered to you late at night. You may not be ready to leave yet, and that is okay. No worries, I have time, I can wait. Live your life, have adventures and find love. You and your family have been in the forefront of my mind quite a bit lately. It is hard to express how much love I have for someone I have yet to meet.  I want to assure you that I will honor and celebrate your life everyday. That you will become part of my family and one day I hope to be part of yours.

Together our spirits will become one. We will hunt and camp together, sing in the rain, act silly under a summer full moon and dance by the firelight. I’ll teach you to write, and together we will finish my book. We’ll meditate, pray and be still together; we’ll be active and strong. We’ll see the mountains of Montana and the deserts of Arizona. When I learn more about you, your passions will become mine. We’ll pursue them together. We’ll root for your team and mine.

There is no thank you large enough in this world for the gift you and your family are giving us. You are giving me back my life. You are giving parents more time with their daughter, siblings more experiences to share, nieces and nephews a chance to learn who their Auntie is and a husband more time with the love of his life. The only way I know to repay you is to live everyday to the fullest, to speak your name, share your story and honor your life.

With love and gratitude,

Chelle

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4 thoughts on “An Open Letter To My Future Donor

  1. Hello Beautiful Lady,

    May your prayers be answered soon. The letter below is precious. I am sure the divine energy that guides this world is watching over you and your future donor. You are a woman of wisdom for your young age and know with patience and love all will be well. Peace Dear One.

    Pat

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  2. That was such a beautiful tribute to your future donor and their family. When Courtney received her kidney, we were told by the hospital, the family wanted their loved one to remain anonymous. We never got to thank the family for Courtney’s kidney. However, the donor and their family are always in our prayers, we are so thankful for such an amazing gift. God Bless, your in our thoughts and prayers.

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