An apology … to whom it may concern

By Charlene Hoeflich

January 12, 2014

Dear Editor,

Over the last two years, I have been thinking very hard on what I need to do or say to rectify the wrong I have done to my community.

There is not much I can do but a lot I have to say, and I will start by offering my sincere apologies to anyone I may have hurt.

Everything that has happened has encumbered me with pain. It also has helped me reach out to God for the help and safety I needed in my life.

With drugs and the subjective lifestyle I was living, I couldn’t see or hear the help that was offered.

I’m paying for all of the sins I have committed in my life, not just one in particular.

I know these words will mean nothing to some and everything to others. They mean a different life for me. I am not the same person I was two years ago. I have found my intercessor. For the future, I will be meticulous as to how I live.

I offer this as truth. I offer my most sincere apologies.

God Bless.

Marcy Craig,

Marysville, Ohio