"I feel so blessed to have had this experience. Unless I get to come back as a volunteer this will be an experience I will never forget. Checks are great but what a voyage it is when people give because they really want everyone to feel special Love like that is rare to find People that I’m in group with hardly participate and go back to the group home until it is time again tomorrow, I have seen them in a totally different life. Instead of being in the corner, they walk with their heads up and joy on their face. For the first time in a long time they feel I matter, I am somebody. There is something that I can participate in. I have a contribution to make. For this weekend has done for me is to break down judgments I’m quick to make. Look behind the face into the eyes and make a correction. I should be dead by now but I feel God keeps me for a reason. I have been blessed to already share my experience with others and give them support and resources. To me it has been the most humbling feeling. My experience with families that line with someone having a diagnosis has not been positive. To see families that don’t give up and say “What can I do?” To have small glimpse into the Miller’s family has been an honor. My goal for the rest of my life is just to give as 100.000 of what the people at Plan do. Liz is not appreciated enough by visitors because they don’t see what all Liz puts into making this the best time of our lives. She goes up and beyond for us. Basically I’m trying to say that the weekend helped further my recovery farther along. The fire is back in my soul and brought my self esteem higher. Revaliz [Revitalize?] my goal to make a difference."