Parent Testimonials

“Last night Chris took and passed his Eagle Board of Review and became an Eagle Scout. They commented favorably about how much he was able to accomplish in another council. I know it was touch and go for awhile, but thanks to you he was able to finish. I also wanted to thank you for the lovely letter of recommendation; it was touching. I realize that students come and go from the school, and sometimes you wonder whatever became of them. Well, for the record, this one made it. Thank you.”
- John and Cindy

Thanks for the pics. Andrew is doing well here. He just passed his driver’s test yesterday and placed a car on the road he needs to get inspected now. His first week home his cousin was home from school for vacation so they got to spend lots of time together. So far so good!
Thanks for everyone’s help.
- Steve

“Thanks for asking about Jordan. Yes, she went to BYU Idaho last week. It will be a difficult but extremely valuable experience for her. We are excited for her. We did have a couple of hiccups with her while she was at home but that is to be expected. Quite honestly she did very well in nearly all aspects and I was impressed. I feel that her life path has been corrected and that is a relief. I can’t thank you enough for the love you have shown to my family. Cindee and I will be eternally grateful.”
- Mike

“I cannot believe it has been a year. I was thinking today that 1 year ago, the guys were coming at 4am to get Brad. WOW! I am so glad I found Turning Winds. You are all very special and are excellent at what you do for these teens. I will definitely refer other families to TW. Again, thank you for everything.”
You will never be forgotten,
- Gabrielle

“We were very happy with Julia’s progress when we had our visit with her the end of February. What a change and all for the good! It was heartening to see a smile on her face, and just for the record, she went out of her way to tell me that she felt TWAI was “her home” — not anything like an institution. I was especially happy to hear that because that was what I personally was hoping for. I have never wanted her to feel that we placed her in an ‘institution.’
Hope everything there is going along well and you are having a nice week.”
- Carol

“I’m writing you to inform you that Chris passed his Eagle Board of Review and is officially an Eagle Scout. Were it not for the tireless efforts of your staff this award would not have come to fruition. I realize how difficult it was to include this program into such a regimented curriculum. The growth of the individual is so much more than submitting to authority it is internalizing those essential precepts and then applying them. We as parents are seeing the benefit of your program in his life. Thanks you.”
- Cindy

“By the time you receive this message, my son Jonathan will have been at Turning Winds for about 2-1/2 weeks. We have spoken to several staff members at the school and it sounds like Jonathan is slowly adjusting to the place and the routine. We received our first letter from him and, although I am sure the content was edited or supervised by a teacher, we were pleased to hear from him. It is great to see him reading and getting down to work on his GED.
I have been impressed with the staff members that I have spoken or corresponded with and feel that we found the perfect place for Jonathan to deal with his many issues. Almost every question that I have asked has been answered in a comprehensive manner. I feel confident that my son is safe and in capable and experienced hands.
Because Jon will be turning 18 at the end of August, we will be pursuing extended guardianship. Right now I am trying to locate a lawyer in Vermont who has experience with this but I would appreciate any advice you can provide as well.”
Thank you,
- Jennifer

“We just finished our home visit with Connor and we are so thankful to the turning Winds program for returning our son to his happy-go-lucky self! He was simply glowing is the best way to put it! We all understand that the hard work will not end at the completion of the program – that Connor’s fight to steer clear of drugs will be ongoing – but for now he has gained the perspective and wisdom to understand what drugs do to his life.

So thank you for developing your program and for hiring such caring and dedicated people for the program! They all seem to work beautifully together! They have made a real difference in the life of our son and in our family!
It is sad to think that Connor only has a short time left at turning winds. He turns 18 on June 12th and has plans for kickin’ off his new life. Connor got a job as a camp counselor/aquatics merit badge counselor/lifeguard at a Boy Scout Camp in Southern Indiana at a beautiful camp on a lake. Connor went to this Scout camp for five summers as a youth and worked as a counselor one summer a few years ago. We think this is a great plan as he is in a peaceful setting helping kids! The set up week for the camp is the first week of June where the camp highly recommends that the staff take part in the week. We were thinking of driving out to pick Connor up for a mini-family vacation and to show Connor’s brother and sister Montana and to get him back for the camp job.
Connor had an appointment with his pediatrician when he was home and she was so impressed that she is going to start recommending TW to her troubled teen patients. And our local high school principal bear hugged Connor and asked us to send info on TW to him as he was amazed at Connor’s transformation. Oh and lastly . . . the school police officer – Officer Van Natter saw Connor at school and was so impressed he was hugging Connor and started looking for his daughter to say hi at lunch – he wants Connor to date his daughter (they always liked each other and the officer was like you will date over my dead body during the drug version of Connor!) So that was an amazing thing for Connor to feel so embraced by people that had previously thought he was simply troubled.
Thank you to TWAI! You saved our child’s life.”
- Ann

“My visit with Ryan went extremely well. He is a different kid from what I sent and I am so excited to see him grow and become the man he is meant to be. I think he needed some time away to face his demons and evaluate what he wanted out of life. I am grateful to the program and continue to marvel at his growth.
I enjoyed meeting you while I was up in Bonner’s Ferry. Ryan’s next visit will be a home visit so I might not see you again until he returns home in August. Thanks for all your help and assistance. I appreciate it.”
- Karen

“Ian has been located and is being held by Shasta Co. Child Protective Services in a foster home/facility outside Redding. I have contacted the transport company regarding transport services and it looks like we will proceed with that sometime in the next 48 hours assuming you still have a place for Ian at TWAI.
I have also been meaning to write and thank you again in a more formal manner (if email can be considered formal) for you, your staffs’, and your students time and hospitality last Friday. As you could tell my emotions were pretty close to the surface that day, partly because of Ian being missing; but also because of the realization, particularly during and after meeting with the students, that this was something we were going to have to do for Ian. Like you said, it’s not an easy decision. I think Randy talked about the students having the opportunity to become children again; something I would very much like for Ian.”
Talk to you soon
- Terry

“Thank you so much for that. It is great to know how Deanna touched lives there. When she comes back from her summer program we are planning to come back for a visit so she can continue her progress with Randi. She was so excited to go on this trip. I am including a picture I think you will like of Deanna. I know the skills she learned from you will be invaluable to her.”
Thanks again,
- Kristin

“Making the decision to send Mitchell to Turning Winds Academic Institute has been the hardest thing I have ever done. It has been stressful, frustrating, and every other emotion you can think of. But in my heart I loved my son so much I knew that I needed to do something more then I was capable of doing on my own…The healing that has taking place in his heart is so amazing to see. Seeing where he is right now and the steps that he has taken and the things that he has accomplished have made this sacrifice worthwhile.”
- Crissy

“Jonathan is doing great. He’s still getting A’s and B’s in his second semester of college; he has his own apartment, a very good job at the country club, and he’s had a steady girlfriend for almost a year. Thanks again for all your help and our best wishes for the holidays.”
- Kevin

“Thank you again for all your help. Your kindness and support have been invaluable to me through a difficult time. Surely the Lord brought you to us.”
- Debbie

“Mark and I would like to thank you for what you have done for James in the past 7 weeks. Just in his letters and the phone calls we have gotten from him he has become a person that is now thinking of himself, family and life. As some of you know James was not very respectful to adults when we brought him there and from what I am now hearing he is the total opposite of that now. I know that James has a lot more to do to succeed but would like to thank you for helping him to get to where he is at right now. This has been very hard for us! It took all we had to not come and get him after the first couple of weeks. Getting the letters and talking to the staff has changed our minds and made us realize what spectacular people you are. I look up to people that make their career helping out troubled kids. There are not many people around that have the capability or the patience to do what you do. Thanks again!”
- Mark and Sue

“We are so grateful for the insight you had years ago to begin this program and continue to be so involved with the fortunate children in your school. Thank you warmly.”
- John and Gayle

“You’ll never receive this by Sunday, 6/18, the official day; but you’ve earned the recognition for all the other days as well. I’m choosing this holiday to send you another “thank-you” for the role you’ve played in Ari’s life. You were, indeed, his surrogate father when his need was great.
I wonder if Ari will recognize you in some way this Sunday. I believe he knows and appreciates all you’ve done for him, but perhaps he lacks the ability to express his love and gratitude.
I’ve thought of you these past several months, and hope all is going well for you and your family.
With fingers crossed, I say that Ari seems to be doing ok. I guess I realize that he’s vulnerable to bad influences, but as he matures, he’ll develop more understanding and strength-and I’ll develop a more confidant and relaxed attitude!”
- Adell

“After speaking with you this evening David and I decided to be tough. Thank you for the pep talk. This is much more than uncomfortable. We could not do it without the support of dedicated people like you and your peers at TWAI. I’m sure we will continue to find you invaluable in the coming days and months.
Please give Nick the parable and the pearl articles. I’m mailing 2 oysters with pearls in them this week and wanted some history and analogy to go along with them. (the box already went out–yesterday.)”
- Cynthia

“Thank you again for all your help. Your kindness and support have been invaluable to me through a difficult time. Surely the Lord brought you to us!”
- Debbie

“With fingers crossed, I can say that Ari seems to be doing okay. I guess I realize that he’s vulnerable to bad influences, but as he matures, he’ll develop more understanding and strength – and I’ll develop a more confident and relaxed attitude! Thanks for everything.”
- Adell

“I am daily grateful that we found your facility. I know Kaitlyn and David are well taken care of and will come away as stronger and more mature teens. May God generously bless you and the entire staff at Turning Winds Academic Institute. Your program was an answer to our prayers!”
- Gayle

“Jonathan is doing wonderfully. He’s 18 now, going to college at the University of Colorado and staying in a dorm. He also has a full-time job as a sous chef at a four-star restaurant in Colorado Springs, and he very much enjoys his work. His personality has vastly improved, and I can honestly say that in more than a year since he’s been home we haven’t had a single argument with him. That’s never happened before! Rebecca and I do not begrudge a moment Jonathan spent with you. He is miraculously improved now and we really enjoy having him around; we’re proud of what he’s accomplished. Thanks for your help.”
- Kevin

“It has been 2 months from the last time I have seen my son since he entered the program. The positive changes that I saw in him last week during our visit are dramatic. He is a happy more confident person who has learned how to communicate his feelings in a thoughtful and respectful way. He has learned to manage his anger and be a positive member of our family. Your program has done a wonderful job of helping my son to realize how to change himself into a positive person and his life into a positive direction. I feel he has learned to develop the skills to realize his potential and not self-destruct, as was his pattern prior to entering the program. I would recommend your program to anyone wanting to find the help for their child that has lost their way and is on a negative path to self-destruction. Thank you for your help and I am especially glad that his mother and I were able to discover your program.”
- Debbie

“You’ll never receive this by Sunday, 6/18, the official day; but you’ve earned the recognition for all the other days as well. I’m choosing this holiday to send you another “thank-you” for the role you’ve played in Ari’s life. You were, indeed, his surrogate father when his need was great.
I wonder if Ari will recognize you in some way this Sunday. I believe he knows and appreciates all you’ve done for him, but perhaps he lacks the ability to express his love and gratitude.
I’ve thought of you these past several months, and hope all is going well for you and your family.
With fingers crossed, I say that Ari seems to be doing ok. I guess I realize that he’s vulnerable to bad influences, but as he matures, he’ll develop more understanding and strength-and I’ll develop a more confidant and relaxed attitude!”
- Adell

“After speaking with you this evening David and I decided to be tough. Thank you for the pep talk. This is much more than uncomfortable. We could not do it without the support of dedicated people like you and your peers at TWAI. I’m sure we will continue to find you invaluable in the coming days and months.
Please give Nick the parable and the pearl articles. I’m mailing 2 oysters with pearls in them this week and wanted some history and analogy to go along with them. (the box already went out–yesterday.)”
- Cynthia

“Thank you again for all your help. Your kindness and support have been invaluable to me through a difficult time. Surely the Lord brought you to us!”
- Bill

“I had to make the most difficult decision of my life a number of months ago. My daughter was spiraling downward and could not cope with life. She was getting into drugs and alcohol abuse, was a truant from school, and I feared for her life. Her academic achievements have always been superior, but her judgment poor. After consulting with family members, I began researching schools and talking to parents with similar problems. One such parent told me of the school in Northern Montana her daughter was attending, and very successfully. After numerous phone calls to program directors and staff members, I finally made the decision I would never have dreamed making and sent her there. Daily phone conversations with the program director kept me informed of her initial progress. After several weeks, letters started arriving and later when she had graduated to a certain level of trust; she was allowed to make phone calls to her family. The first time I visited her in Montana, after about 3 months, I could already tell she had changed drastically. The first thing I noticed was her change in attitude and her appreciation for everything in general. She loves the mountain hiking and the beautiful scenery in Northern Montana. She has been hiking and camping on the Snake River several times already. She loves being in the tranquil environment and close to nature. She tells me she is on a journey to self-discovery and is in the best possible place to do so. She is continuing to develop new skills to deal with whatever life happens to throw her down the road. I am very thankful to the dedicated and loving staff in Northern Montana.”
- Jill

“If you’re reading this then you are either considering sending or have made the decision to send your child to Turning Winds Academic Institute. In our case, this “mandatory” attendance method was our only option. It was one of the reasons we chose Turning Winds Academic Institute over other “non-forced-participation” programs. As I write this, our son is in his third month at Turning Winds Academic Institute. The absolute worst part is the initial pickup -it will also be your first feeling of relief after it occurs. The most painful time is the 24 hour period beforehand. You are not a traitor, a betrayer, or a monster, but you’ll feel like one. My feeling was similar to waiting for a terminally ill relative to die, and although the pain of the departure is always present, there’s the same wave of relief once it’s done. We were amazed at how accurately the “pick-up” was described to us by the staff beforehand. It was explained what they wanted us to do, told us what to say, and what their methods were for control. We were prepared for our son’s comments, colorful even for a sailor! They told us of other escort missions and different complications (with remedies) that might occur. We had absolutely no surprises that night. I thought our son had memorized the script himself -so accurately did he play his part as described by the staff, and he was extra colorful that night. I was called everything mentioned above and more, but there was no physical problem (fighting, etc.). The entire event took 12 minutes from the time the staff arrived until they left for the airport. My part took 1 minute. I woke him, introduced him to the staff and told him they ran a program in Montana, which I was sending him to. The staff took over from there. I’ll part with a little advice. Follow the staff’s recommendations concerning your particular circumstances. Don’t tell the other children in the family if possible -they might not be able to handle their feelings of split loyalty. They’ll understand afterwards. When your child says, “I hate you,” then you say “I love you,” but don’t apologize or discuss it any further. Let the staff do the talking. Your child has no mental feeling of control over them, and can’t hurt their feelings or make them feel guilty. The “steeliest” parent should do the introduction. The crier and the children, if possible, should be elsewhere. The tears will come for the steely one after. Don’t misunderstand, those tears have a lot of relief in them, and you’ll know your child is safe and has another chance at life. The staff knows its business. Trust them and let them handle it. This will be the worst part -it only gets better after that. Good luck and God bless.”
- Raymond

“In January of this year I began to notice changes in my son-quietness, excessive tiredness, grooming habits, and eating habits, to name a few. These got me curious and caused me to “spy” on my son. I was surprised, hurt, and mostly scared from what I discovered. He had gotten involved with alcohol, marijuana, and stealing. All of these things happened after two long years of working with my son’s school, attitude, work, etc…instead of things improving, they were getting worse. I realized that I was not the one that could help him anymore, and that I needed to find someone, someplace, that could. That’s when I called Turning Winds.
I had the fortune to visit the facility early last summer with my friend who was looking for a place for her child. I was with her only for support. My child was fine, I was fine. Everything was going fine, so I thought. I had preconceived ideas of what I was about to see-barbed wire, metal bunk beds, and a dry dusty yard which contained children. I was pleasantly surprised by what I saw. This “place” was not a facility. It was a home nestled in amongst mountains and trees. I was comforted by my visit and by the conversations we had with the director. All that transpired that afternoon made Turning Winds my first place to look for help when I realized that everything in my home was not fine.
My next step was to get all of the necessary paperwork in order, meanwhile, not letting on to my son that his life was about to change. Knowing that he would have run away if he knew my plans, I made the decision to have the school come and take him. There were necessary documents, medical records, loan, traveling papers, etc. that needed to be completed. The process of preparation took about a month. During that time my son quit school. When all the paper work was in order the final dates were made. I was never so relieved, yet scared in all my life. As scheduled, the transport agency flew into town the evening before the event. We met at a local restaurant and went over in detail of how things would transpire. I was expecting the worse and they were prepared for the worst. We left the restaurant and they followed me to my home to get the lay of the area. I went in and they drove on by like they were just anyone driving through the neighborhood.
The plan was to have them arrive around 4:30 in the morning. Needless to say, I did not sleep until that time. I was instead, preparing myself mentally for the worst. What if my son fought? What if he tried to run? Was there going to be yelling? Would I be able to let him go if he was pleading to stay? I did have a friend come to my home early in the morning to help me be strong with what might happen.
In short, I will describe the events as they actually happened. They arrived at 5:00am. I was ready for them and waiting at the door to let them in. My friend stayed in another room, but was listening intently. The agents turned on the lights, checked rooms, and moved furniture to make a clear path. We then went to my son’s room. I took a quick breath and opened the door. He was sleeping. I nudged him and he opened his eyes. He was definitely not very coherent. (As we all are, when we are awakened suddenly). That was part of the plan. I leaned over him and told him that I loved him, and that I have brought men to take him to a place that will help him and keep him safe. I swallowed down the tears and began to leave the room. By this time all the lights were on and the agents were standing at the end of the bed. I heard my son ask me what was going on. I didn’t answer. I stood quietly outside the door. They began to talk in a quiet, yet firm voice. I heard him tell him that he was to listen carefully and follow all directions. They asked him if he understood, and I heard my son say yes. I left and went upstairs. My friend held me as I began to fall apart. A few short minutes later I was called downstairs to tell my son goodbye. He asked again why I was doing this, and all I could say was that I loved him, and I wanted him to get help. He told me that this wasn’t right. I responded by saying, “giving you a chance to turn your life around was the right thing”. I walked away. I didn’t argue. I looked out the window as they put him in the car, and they drove away. I went numb for several days.
It was a long flight from my home to theirs. I waited several hours past the time I expected them to arrive, and then I couldn’t stand it anymore. I had to see if he made it there. Of course, thoughts of him beginning to fight forcing them to drive the rest of the way came into my mind. Maybe that was why I had not heard from them yet. I called the facility and they told me that the trip went as smooth as ever, and that at the moment he was still settling in, asking the other kids about the place. I laughed when they told me he was helping cook dinner by making turkey gravy. Shortly after the call I went to sleep, and I slept like I had not done in several months, soundly, peacefully, and unafraid of what the night may bring.
I am currently working on having a relationship with my other two children that had gotten put aside for many months. They are wonderful. I no longer fear when I hear a siren, or when the phone rings late at night. I know where my son is. He is safe.
Time has yet to tell all that will happen, but I am hearing of good positive steps being taken all the time. I have had people ask me if they think I did the right thing. If getting your child to a place where they have a chance to be a positive, productive part of society, then yes, I have done the right thing. Would I do it again if I could change events? My answer is still overwhelmingly, yes!”
- Laura

“I just wanted to write and tell you how very pleased I am with the progress of my Son, Jake, in your program.
Jake has gone from an angry, uncommunicative and destructive child to a real joy to be with. The program has brought out so many wonderful qualities in Jake that have been suppressed for many years. I had the best 3 days with my Son since he was 2 years old.
Thank you!!!!
From the beginning phone call to the first visit, the entire staff has demonstrated a genuine caring for our entire family. Each and every one of them have treated me with kindness during this difficult decision to place him in this program. They always have time to answer any questions or concerns and put my concerns at ease.
TWAI truly cares about the children and the families they serve. They are a “Solution” not a band-aid to the children and families in their program.
Thank you, Turning Winds Academic Institute, for giving my Son the tools and the guidance that he needed to start his road to being a successful member of society.” A grateful Mother,
- Kim

“Rebecca and I wanted to send you some exciting news. We’ve attached a copy of Jon Cowan’s first semester college grades–A, A, and A- for a GPA of 3.87. He told us “I guess I’m cut out for this college stuff after all.” He has been living in a dorm all semester and recently moved into a condo with a friend he met at college. We’re very proud of him, and I should emphasize that he did all this himself, while working a full-time job as a chef in a nice restaurant. We see Jon once a week when he comes over to do laundry and have dinner, but we never once had to bug him about his homework or his studies. He got these grades on his own initiative.”
- Kevin

“A very Merry Christmas to all of you. Daniel is doing well. He just finished up another semester at UBSC. He is also assistant to the Bishop, so he’s been somewhat busy with that. The big news is that Daniel and I will be in Uganda for four months. I was asked to do a research project there and I’m bringing Daniel with me this summer. The field placement coordinator said she would find a volunteer job for Daniel. Daniel still has his struggles, so I feel that going to Africa was set up for Dan. I don’t think you can go there and not be affected by the devastation of AIDS. More good news is that Melissa has turned her life around and is back at Church. She is moving here at Christmas. She and Dan plan to attend the University of Utah next fall. Hope you’re all healthy and well. May God bless you and in the work that you do.”
- Terry

“We cannot thank you enough for your sincere and warm hospitality (especially on the spur of the moment!). It is that same spirit of warmth and kindness that makes Turning Winds the incredible program that it is. Your sense of love and family comes through to the kids and staff alike. I am daily grateful that we found your facility. I know Kaitlyn and David are well taken care of and will come away as stronger and more mature teens. May God generously bless you, your family, and the entire staff and kids at Turning Winds. Your program was the answer to our prayers!”
- Gayle

“You’ll never receive this by Sunday, 6/18, the official day; but you’ve earned the recognition for all the other days as well. I’m choosing this holiday to send you another “thank-you” for the role you’ve played in Ari’s life. You were, indeed, his surrogate father when his need was great.
I wonder if Ari will recognize you in some way this Sunday. I believe he knows and appreciates all you’ve done for him, but perhaps he lacks the ability to express his love and gratitude.
I’ve thought of you these past several months, and hope all is going well for you and your family.
With fingers crossed, I say that Ari seems to be doing ok. I guess I realize that he’s vulnerable to bad influences, but as he matures, he’ll develop more understanding and strength-and I’ll develop a more confidant and relaxed attitude!”
- Adell

“After speaking with you this evening David and I decided to be tough. Thank you for the pep talk. This is much more than uncomfortable. We could not do it without the support of dedicated people like you and your peers at TWAI. I’m sure we will continue to find you invaluable in the coming days and months.
Please give Nick the parable and the pearl articles. I’m mailing 2 oysters with pearls in them this week and wanted some history and analogy to go along with them. (the box already went out–yesterday.)”
- Cynthia

“Thank you again for all your help. Your kindness and support have been invaluable to me through a difficult time. Surely the Lord brought you to us!”
- Debbie

“We are so grateful for the insight you had years ago to begin this program and continue to be so involved with the fortunate children at Turning Winds.”
Thank you.
- John and Gayle

“We haven’t been in touch for quite a while–which is a good thing, since we haven’t needed any help or consultation about Jonathan. He is doing wonderfully. He’s 18 now, going to college at the University of Colorado and staying in a dorm. He also has a full-time job as a sous chef at a four-star restaurant in Colorado Springs, and he very much enjoys his work. His personality is vastly improved, and I can honestly say that in more than a year since he’s been home from Idaho, we haven’t had a single argument with him. That’s never happened before!
Rebecca and I don’t begrudge a moment Jonathan spent with you. He is miraculously improved now and we really enjoy having him around; we’re proud of what he’s accomplished. I can’t force his father to take any interest or spend time with his son, but through the legal system we can at least make him meet his other parental obligations. Thanks for your help.”
- Kevin

“Belated Happy Thanksgiving! As I sit here thumbing through the mountain of shopping ads, I’ve finally taken a moment to think of the many things that I am thankful for.
I’d like to especially thank you for the constant communication, weekly videos, and all the hard work you put into helping Jordan achieve her GED. I’m not sure how long you’ve been at Turning Winds or how long you’ve been teaching students there but I just want to say you’ve got a special gift-you have spectacular timing. I don’t know if you realized that when you sent that first video of Jordan how it made our hearts feel. I can only guess you all have been doing this for so long (or at least that’s how it appears) that you all are like a fine tuned machine.
I’ve never has a chance to speak with you on a personal level regarding Jordan, but I’d like to give you some history. From preschool to high school Jordan has always somewhat lacked motivation. If there was a way she could get out of something-she was trying. I think that when she started her junior year at Freedom and being very behind on her credits it made it tougher for her to get motivated. I really think or at least Jordan has stated that she is very excited about getting her GED. She has told me that school is getting harder but that’s a good thing (more stuff being put in that brain). In the past, Jordan has really worn some of her teachers out…at the end of the year they would express relief that she was moving on. With these new changes I hope it’s going well for you (and her.) I’ve yet to meet you in person and look forward to it with much anticipation. Thank you again for your hard work and constant dedication.”
- Laura and Brad