Letter – I see a bright future ahead

Re: Transitions, Jan. 12-18

I see a bright future ahead

Re: Transitions, Jan. 12-18

I was very happy to have the pleasure of meeting with Monday news editor Danielle Pope and sharing with her the details of my story. With kind words and an eloquent way of writing, Danielle captured my story in an inspiring light. Today, I stand as an individual, looking to my path ahead. I see a bright future helping others to see their true potential. At times, my road has been a long and lonely one. But with courage and support from agencies such as the LGBTQ and the Sandy Merriman house, I feel confident in the next step life puts in my path. When we as a community stand together, we invoke the power to do amazing things as we create change for a better tomorrow.

Cadence Cohen,Victoria

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