Dear Friends of The Sunny Center,
In this tumultuous year, we have found so many reasons to be grateful. We are grateful for our health and energy that allows us to keep making the Sunny Healing Center a wonderful place for exonerees to visit once the pandemic eases. We are grateful for the volunteers who are helping us here and in other countries. And we are so grateful to you, for supporting us in our mission to help those exonerated of crimes they did not commit to start rebuilding their lives.
This month, we have a moving message from Exoneree and Sunny Living Center resident Danny.
And our outreach and activism continue remotely, even as we isolate during the Covid crisis.
Around the Healing Center
Now Sunny is able to use the golf cart to go up into the fields to feed carrots to the horses! And she can go down the road to feed apples to the donkeys.
Life at the Tampa Living Center
Exoneree Profile: Danny
However, in May, I had to be rushed to the hospital, severely ill. I had an infection all the way down my spine. I was unconscious for more than a month. I had three strokes, two blocks, transfusions, and a procedure on my lungs. I am recovering now, but it is a slow process.
I’m writing to ask if someone will help me get a hospital-style bed that rises up, so I can get out of it more safely. Thank you.
Our Volunteers & Supporters
Using Zoom when possible, other times regular phone calls, Sunny and Peter have endeavored to stay in touch and do healing work with our Exoneree family.
Our Furry & Feathered Friends
Last month we were invaded by cows! And there was even a bull among them. This month we have fenced in the entire property. Now the horses will have plenty of grass to eat for the winter, and we won’t have to be constantly repairing the stone walls where the cows have knocked it down.
To really know what's right, rather than what you feel is right, it is necessary to get past the emotions that drive us in certain situations.
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We treasure these moments. And we want all Exonerees to experience peace and fulfillment in their lives. That’s why we started The Sunny Center, so we can help those who have been exonerated to step onto the path to healing and building healthy new lives, so they, too, can just feel peaceful again.
Sunny & Peter