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Great day!

The month of March is the month i will treasure in this Women Networking. I was so lucky to meet my friend Leah who introduced me to this great network. She Not only introduced me but has since walked with me . Have learnt so much from her. It was such an exciting meeting we couldnt notice time moving. What a lovily girl she is i thought to myself ! Her voice so soft to liten to. What encouraged me is that Leah talks with so much ease even when talking about her status. My mind was just raising thinking about the many people who are Not ready to face life after they know their status. I was wishing they can meet this strong hearted woman, Not only at heart but also physically. Been a qulified councellor now i trust she will really touch so many lives. Leah my dear remember the only people who reminds us of our tribes is the politicians i am a Kikuyu and you are a Luo but God has broken that cord for us. As we hugged each other,so many eyes were on us and they couldnt figure out why all the excitment. Something so strong tells me that we have alot to do together. Lets go for it for the sake of our dear sisters who are suffering.
Thanks so much Leah for being a real sister to me.
Love,
Consolata

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Meeting you was a big big step for me.It was a reminder for me of possibilities,how things can be made to happen.Ever since we met here we have been sisters,but on this hot afternoon of much we were bonded together in great sisterhood.One that knows no tribal or political boundaries.

Our day one meeting will ever be fresh in my mind.We shared to much together,our successes and challenges,our visions for the future,our personal stories...families,time was too short.

Thank you for saving me with the safety pin.Remember the shoe story?...ssh,don't tell! Thank you.

Thank you for all the assistance you gave me in your office in preparation for my visa.Thank you for the drinks,and the ride to the British High Commission.Thank you for introducing me to your husband,your sister Ciku,your family and staff.Thank you for all that i have not mentioned.And biggest of all,thank you for giving the motivation,to team up and work in service to women in our communities.

Let us work together,as sisters,as a team,as we agreed.I am sure blessings will come out of it in the end.

Yes,i cherish our friendship.

Love,

Leah

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How great it is when you meet a friend you have only known through the exchange of this Network? When we finally met, my dreams were confirmed that we have so much to do together. Imagine my heart was raising with joy and excitment of siting and sharing with you all my successes and challenges. I am sorry i might have behaved like a small one when they meet their parents. When you finally went to Migori i felt like an ophan. Dear, You kept queit for a while and i was like, where did i go wrong? I am happy that i have finally read from you. Remember you are my Mentor. I am hanging on your garments. Dont move too fast, i might fall. Once again thanks so much for having time to share with me about yourself and Pulse Wire. As you plan for your departure to Canada, remember to keep in touch.
Lets cherish our Friendship
Regards,
Consolata

Meeting you was a big big step for me.It was a reminder for me of possibilities,how things can be made to happen.Ever since we met here we have been sisters,but on this hot afternoon of much we were bonded together in great sisterhood.One that knows no tribal or political boundaries.

Our day one meeting will ever be fresh in my mind.We shared to much together,our successes and challenges,our visions for the future,our personal stories...families,time was too short.

Thank you for saving me with the safety pin.Remember the shoe story?...ssh,don't tell! Thank you.

Thank you for all the assistance you gave me in your office in preparation for my visa.Thank you for the drinks,and the ride to the British High Commission.Thank you for introducing me to your husband,your sister Ciku,your family and staff.Thank you for all that i have not mentioned.And biggest of all,thank you for giving the motivation,to team up and work in service to women in our communities.

Let us work together,as sisters,as a team,as we agreed.I am sure blessings will come out of it in the end.

Yes,i cherish our friendship.

Love,

Leah

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