Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Letter From Growing Homes Southeast Over The Past Year

I would like to take this time to thank you for allowing me the opportunity to be a part of Growing Homes Southeast over the past year. However, over the past months it seems as though there have been quite a few misunderstandings between Growing Homes and me. Therefore, I am writing this document to clear up the misunderstanding. In no instance, do I have any reason to lie or be dishonest. Although you all may feel as though I haven’t been totally honest with you, I view this situation as a misunderstanding of what I was actually trying to accomplish or who I am as a person. In no case am I writing this document for you to feel sorry for me, but for you to gain an understanding. Prior to these past few months Sitrenia, Latasha, and I have had a face-to-face conversation. During this time, Sitrenia made me aware of some issues that occurred during the time the first foster child moved into my home. 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