The Australian Women's Weekly - - Your Letters -

Hav­ing just read Ni­cole’s Novem­ber is­sue Edi­tor’s Let­ter, I felt com­pelled to tell you about a won­der­ful group of women who have jour­neyed to­gether for 30 years, sup­port­ing one an­other while also con­tribut­ing to char­ity through var­i­ous fundrais­ing ac­tiv­i­ties. We come from sev­eral parishes in the Perth district and meet each week for prayer and fel­low­ship, a cup of tea and a bis­cuit. We are not a large group but one of our mot­tos is, “bloom where we are planted”. What a joy of sis­ter­hood this has been – it is about the lit­tle things we do for each other and the wider com­mu­nity that makes a dif­fer­ence. Kind­ness is surely con­ta­gious. E. O’Con­nor, Ross­moyne, WA.

A friend is some­one who sees through you and still en­joys the view. – WILMA ASKINAS D Bow­den, Rose­bud, Vic.

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