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Dear Brian & Nerida and all of the Aussie Helpers, Today I had an unexpected visit. It was hours ago, and I’m still on the verge of tears. I'm not doing it as tough as some and like everyone I know, asking for help is hard. But I thank you form the bottom of my heart for the visit and for someone not forgetting us. More than anything, the feeling of not being alone is so appreciated. The offer of hay is gold and being left with a delicious box of food goodies was so appreciated- including little luxuries that have really become luxuries such as Arnott biscuits and sweets as well as the staples and loo paper! Some times you don’t realise how tight you’ve had to pull the belt in until you realise you’re down to your last roll of loo paper!! My husband, sons and I will all enjoy your generosity and thoughtfulness. And then there was the bag of fancies. Even a hair dryer! And lip balm and earrings. And all the rest. It was too sweet and every time I use my lovely new face washer I will rejoice in the spirit of Aussie Helpers and the generosity of all involved. I truly thank you all
Dear Brian and all your wonderful wonderful happy helpers From the bottom of my heart I would like to say a very very big thank you for your overwhelming generosity, thoughts, organisational ability, big smiles and fun that you bought to the Longreach district. I have never experienced our fellow man in a better light where so many people have been involved to help those in very great need. It is a shock to be on the receiving end when you are used to being on the other side but I can assure you it has made a huge difference to my spirit and to the lucky animals feasting on hay like they have never seen! I admire you all and appreciate your terrific efforts. It is simply fantastic to think that the bush is being held in respect and people care as so often we feel forgotten especially by governments who seem to ignore agriculture as a sustainable industry that could and should support great job prospects for so many people. Our last mob of cattle go this week and the first time ever we will be totally destocked, quite a horrific position to be in and quite eerie ….. we still have 20,000 roos! Thank you all for your fabulous contribution, Best wishes to you and your great organisation