February 10, 2009
I don't really know how to start writing this letter, so I'll just say how much Penny is a lifesaver.
My husband and I met her shortly after Christmas. Penny was at a gas station, trying to get gas in her car, but couldn't get the gas cap off, so when my husband saw her, he offered to help. It sounds strange, but this is how we met, and a wonderful friendship began.
Aferwards, Penny took us and gave us some money and food. She offered us a place to stay to help us get back on our feet. We had been having some hard times since moving here from Houston a few months ago.
She has helped us get jobs, get our vehicle repaired and given us money and clothes, and basically anything else we have needed. She has paid for any and all repairs to the R.V. where we live, and I hope there are things we have done for her as well. Penny is a wonderful and giving person that is always helping in one way or another; she's always on a mission to help any way she can. She has also helped us get a phone, which was badly needed. Anything we need help with, all we have to do is ask her and she's there for us.
We have come to care about Penny a great deal over this short time that we've known her and I hope she knows how very, very much we appreciate EVERYTHING she has done and continues to do for us!
Madonna & Glenn Yee