I have had to wait a long time to write this to you all because I always start to cry (like now, so I am just going to plow ahead and hope I can see the words I write).
I feel like I am losing some really good friends that I have known forever (it seems like forever, 13 years).
Mr. Kampf (Roger :), I feel as though you have always been there for me and have always looked out for my best interests. It is amazing that you have stuck with me for so long, without getting a penny (I am sorry it took so long), and I will always remember you for your kindness, your protection of me and never giving up on me even thru all the ups and downs over the years. I hope that it will be alright for me to write to you occasionally when I am stuck over a particular legal thing, but I realize I am on my own basically now, so I will try not to overdue it. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Amy: I don’t know how I would have survived the worker’s comp journey without you. You were always there for me and I will always remember you fondly and gratefully. Your adopted “mom”.
Janet: I feel as though I know you even though I have never met you. You have always encouraged me to keep going and were so thoughtful and kind during my recent error in judgement. I hope to meet you some day. The best to you always. Cathy: you were my first litigation assistant I think before you were promoted. You were so kind to give me your cell phone so that I could call you when I needed to reach someone who would help me. Thank you so much and I hope the remaining years are kind to you.
I apologize if I have forgotten anybody. I hope not. Thank you so much for giving so much of yourselves to me and so much time and effort. Who would have guessed when I opened the phone book to the yellow pages and saw your ad that I would have such a special group of people looking after me.
I will always remember all of you so fondly and I am very grateful for everything you all have done for me. Thank you.