June 6, 2017

Comment Response

From The Bear's Cage by Bobby-Joe Bayer (author's profile)
This post is in reply to comments on:  Blog post to Ms. Wenzel #2 thumbnail
Blog post to Ms. Wenzel #2
(May 2, 2017)

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peagreen:
Greetings to you. I just wanted to thank you for transcribing my posts. I hope you enjoyed what I have written. There are a lot more posts coming that should already be posted by now (when you read this), so maybe you'll read them too.

If you feel comfortable, why don't you give me some feedback and other topics to write about? I do enjoy meeting new people and learning different perspectives because I don't want to become stagnate again.

I look forward to hearing from you, if you so choose to communicate with me. Everybody can use as many friends as they can. Thanks again, take care, and God bless you very much for your help.

Respectfully yours,
Grizzly Bear
May 29, 2017

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Dear TrustinGod,

Aunt Kay, I wanted to thank you for your support and backing in my darkest journey. It is a long time in coming. I am ashamed to admit that it took so long to do it, but I couldn't fight it any longer because Ms. Wenzel wouldn't let me anymore.

I'm sure that you've read my other blog posts that I have written to Ms. Wenzel by now, if they have been posted. They should have been unless the mailroom didn't mail them. I am still traveling down the path deeper into who I am and what makes me tick. Without Ms. Wenzel here, I am a little hesitant to tackle them, at least as fast as I was, because it really does scare me to feel and relive the things of my past. I have never been a coward, but facing those things makes me sweat and want to piss myself.

And yet, if I do, then I shame all the work that Ms. Wenzel and the other counselors here have put in to work on me. I would rather die than fail myself, Ms. Wenzel, and the others. I know I have a choice to make, and it's not easy. Time waits for no man, and God's telling me it's time to stop running and face forward.

You have always been there for me, even when I was young. You have been steadfast in your love. No matter what was going on or the trouble I was in, you always had my back. Yes, you got onto me, gave me your advice (even if I didn't listen all the time), and never once turned your back on me. I can never tell you or show you how much I appreciate you or how much I love you and how much you mean to me. Of course, I wish things could have been different, but it's not to be. I must face life on its terms, but force them to my terms.

I love you and miss you very much, Aunt Kay. I pray that before long, I'll be able to see you in person and tell you personally how much you mean to me. Until I hear from you, take care and know you and your loved ones are in my prayers, always. Please keep me in yours.

Your nephew,
Bobby BJ
Grizzly Bear
May 29, 2017
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TrustinGod Posted 7 years ago. ✓ Mailed 6 years, 12 months ago   Favorite
Bobby I am out of town till the 18th but will write you then. God works in mysterious ways sometimes. He put you in my life to love so very many years ago knowing that you would need me later on in life. My prayer is for you to find the man that God wants you to be no matter what the circumstances that happened in the past.Remember God doesn't make junk, we may get side tracked through things that happen to us in the past but if you listen to that still small voice telling you which way to go you will come out of all this as the man He created. enough preaching, just remember I love you and you are worth saving. lots of love till I can get home and write. aunt Kay

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