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Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing  your stories.  This has been and is a very special read for me. I'm very familiar with the Morgan Horse and growing up on a small farm. We didn't have any Morgans. One of my friends have two of them and they are the sweetest and most loving horses I've ever had the pleasure to be around. Please add me to your mailing list.
Helen
Trier, Germany

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories with us. It takes kids like you with goals in life and focusing on those goals and achieving them. You will be successful adults no doubt. I wish to continue reading your book so please add me to your mailing list. I'll also donate to your children's charities once you have links.
Linda
Leesburg, Fla.

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories. After reading your personal stories you've certainly come a long way in your lives since you were adopted. Even though it seems you were adopted into wealthy families, your families understand what real parenting is all about and not so much their wealth. It's a pity it seems many parents don't understanding what real parenting is. I wish you much success on your farm and family Morgan Horse projects. Please add me to your mailing list and I'll also make a donation to your children's charities.
Sam
Riverside, Calif.

I'm enjoying reading this book of stories very much. I'm visually impaired and it's very easy for me to read without having to zoom the pages. Thank you writers for makng this site easy for us to read that have eye and reading problems. Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories with us. It's very heart warming to see kids make something of themselves and share a love of family and friendship together.
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Janie
Waco, Tx.

Great book of stories and about real life experiences. Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories.
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Zeta & Canon
Albany, Ga.

Teenage girls that can plow a mule and farming a family farm. An adopted girl from a foreign country inherits her adopted family farm from her grand parents. What a beautiful book of stories this is.
Thank you Sawmill Girls for opening our eyes to what real love and life can accomplish and sharing your stories. Please add us to your mailing list.
Cathy and Robert
Leesburg, Ga.

My husband and I are touched by this book. We also have an adopted daughter from Russia and she is the joy in all our family's lives. We've also seen the street kids in Moscow and Perm same as the author.
The author said give the gift of life adopt a child. Out adopted daughter has given us the gift of life..herself. Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories with us and we're going to join your adoption forum. We'll be more than happy to make a donation to your children's charities when it's available. Please add us to your mailing list.
Kay & Edward
Orlando, Fla.

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories. Love the music on your site and sure looking forward to the show when you wake up your farm for planting season. Please add us to your mailing list.
Marshall & Carolyn
Tokyo, Japan

Beautiful stories Sawmill Girls. Thanks for sharing ! Please add us to your mailing list.
Carla & William
Peachtree City, Ga.

There is no horse like a Morgan Horse. They will give you their heart and never stop giving it to you. Love your stories Sawmill Girls and thanks for sharing your stories with us. Please add us to your mailing list. We want to make a donation to your children charities.
George & Susie
Whitby Ontario, Canada

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories. We know the city Stary Oskol. Please add us to your mailing list.
Lera & Gilib
Kiev, Ukraine

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories. Sawmill Girl Elena, your story has opened my eyes to some things concerning our handicapped persons. This week I actually walked with a lady in a large food market and helped her shop to get things for her off of shelves she couldn't reach. It felt so rewarding for me.  Everytime I go in a store now I keep my eyes open to see if someone else riding on a handicap buggy needs help. You Sawmill Girls are awesome, I wish to be added to your mail list and I wish to make a donation to your Children's charities when you have everything set up.
Marie
Jacksonville, Fla.

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories with us. You nine girls are what the word successful means and your morals are beautiful. We wish you the best with your project to continue the preservation of your family farm and your family of Morgans. We wish to be added to your mailing list and we too will make a donation to your Children's charities.
Carolyn and Terry
Dallas, Tx.

Thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories. Sawmill Girls Beth and Elena. thank you for waking me up and seeing that I need to pay more attention to our handicapped citizens, especially our elder and senior citizens. Please add me to your mailiing list and I would like to make a donation to your Children's charities.
Wanda
Cleveland, Tn.

I too wish to thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your heart warming stories with us. I've learned a lot about life by reading your stories and you've given me the inner power to go forward and start searching for a kid to adopt. Please add me to your mailing list and I will make a donation to your Children Charities.
Evelyn
Kansas City, Ks.

Sawmill Girls. when I saw your Sawmill Show One it brought tears to my eyes. I was raised on a small family farm in Illinois and how well I remember the long hours our dad spent harvesting his corn late into the night. We no longer have our family farm and we thank you for working so hard and so many hours a day to preserve your family farm. You will be blessed with your dedication to your grandparents and family for carrying on your family heritage of farming.
Michelle
Chicago, Il.

I would like to thank you Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories with us. You girls please continue to carry on presrving your family farm. When you dedicate yourselves to your family farm such as you're doing your rewards in life will be many. Good luck and we'll continue to follow your book.
Jim & Jan
Paris, Tx.

Beautiful stories Swmill Girls and thank you for sharing. You shuld be an inspiration to any kid that reads your book. You certainly inspired me.
Wilma
Albany, Ga.

These is no love like the love of grandparents to our grand kids and you Sawmill Girls have certainly been loved and  blessed by your families and grandparents. Thank you for sharing your stories with us Sawmill Girls.
Brenda & Bob
Jacksonville, Fla.

Sawmill Girls thank you for the update on your slide show. I grew up on a  small family farm in Alabama. Harvest season was always my favorite time of the  year. I loved to watch and listen to my dad's combine plowing through his corn and wheat crops. Wow what memories you've brought back to me of the best years in my life. Please add more slides of you harvesting your crops.
 Dot
Dothan, Ala.

Wow, I can still see in my mind, heart and smell the corn and wheat when my dad's combine was running and harvesting our crops in Iowa. Thanks for sharing your stories and slide show Sawmill Girls.
Sandy
Butler County

It's time the small family farms are returned back into our society. The backbone of our country was the small family farm and now they're going under to corporate farming. Thanks for sharing Sawmill Girls.
Never give up your family farm for anything.
Ben
Ohio

It's a beautiful site to my eyes to see those combines running on a small family farm. Keep going Sawmill Girls. Thanks for sharing.
Jodie
Indiana

Hang in there Sawmill Girls. I think it's raining all over Georgia and it seems like the mountains are getting the most of it. Thanks for sharing your wonderful stories and keep up the awesome work you're doing to preserve your family farm. Shame on anyone that says us girls can't or shouldn't be farmers!
Jan
Blairsville, Ga.

WOW!, I want to be a Sawmill Girl!
Candice
Fort Collins, Co.

Thanks Sawmill Girls for sharing your stories. Sawmill Girl Elena your story has opened my eyes to our handicap people and the help they may need shopping.  I have a grand kid that has a speech problem but not as serious as yours was. Congrats for the hard work you did in overcoming it.  You're one of my hero's.
Blakely
Ann Arbor, Mi.

When I as a kid I grew up on a 65 acrea farm. Sawmill Girls you have won my heart farming and preserving your family farm. Reading your stories I could tell you're farming your family farm to keep it alive for the love and care your family is giving you expecially your grandparents and not for profits.
Good luck and I'll continue to follow your stories. I also hope you're not going to end it but keep your site alive.  Thanks so much for sharing your stories.
Cathy
Bowling Green, Ky.