|Screenshot from the Merriam-Webster Dictionary app for iPhone|
It's extremely appropriate that we now call ourselves the Storymakers Tribe. The love and support we show our members is astronomical, especially when one of us sends out a cry for help.
Earlier this week, one of our dearest members suffered a tragedy of the deepest proportions. Her darling husband of nineteen years, and father to their six beautiful children, fell to his death while on a hunting trip. Thousands of tears were shed as the tribe rallied together to lend our support. Our response to her heart-wrenching cry was immediate and sincere.
She is one of our own. And because of that, she will never have to be alone in her time of need.
This is what it means to be part of a tribe. We rejoice in each others' successes and "mourn with those who mourn."
Having a tribe means all that and more. We sacrifice for each other, help each other, lift each other up. We laugh and sing and dance together.
In essence, we truly are family.
And "family means no one gets left behind."
|Our first official selfie. Taken at the last LDStorymakers Conference.|
If you'd like to help our friend in her time of need, please go to her GoFundMe page. The money will go toward her education, school supplies, gas, and other expenses necessary for her family's future financial security. Every little bit helps. Thank you.