You Speak! to Sasee

I always locate a copy of Sasee as soon as I arrive at the beach, and I love the articles so very much. Sasee is like a good friend that I have found now, and I have decided to treat myself to a year’s subscription.Please keep up the good work!

I am so glad I subscribed to your magazine. I just love it. I just read the quote on your cover, it read, “Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” It brought back the memory of my son’s birthday wishes.

I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed Susan DeBow’s Sasee article “Just Blame It on Your Childhood.” I usually read this wonderful publication at home and am at liberty to vocalize my thoughts and emotions at will, but, this time, I was at the car repair shop stuffed in an uncomfortable chair, a sports channel going full blast and, of course, “gentlemen” all around. I was quietly and respectfully reading, showing only a glint of a smile now and again, until i got to this article!

Well, I have to say that a myriad of snorts, chortles, guffaws, and other interesting sounds seemed to spontaneously appear out of the ether – it certainly wasn’t coming from me! Well, OK, it was. I laughed so hard “tears (almost) ran down my leg!” (Thank goodness for Poise pads!) Truly, my eyes watered and my nose ran. Damn that “waterproof mascara” that never holds up to the marketing claims.

Well, needless to say I got a few “looks” from those intently watching the game, a few ignored me completely; but, a couple of the men off-handedly glanced my way as if to say “we’d love to know what’s so funny, but we’re afraid (translate: macho) to ask.”

Keep doing what you’re doing and I’ll keep reading!

Today I started out with a hundred and one things I had to do…Mail first. There is the June edition of Sasee. I started from the beginning…and read every one of the stories. Must pass it on to my granddaughters for them to read and enjoy. Also, [to let them know] what they can look forward to as women when they apply themselves to things only they can do best.
The purpose of this letter is to let you know that the hundred and one things I had to do never go done. Instead I read Sasee cover to cover.

Your magazine is indeed very uplifting and beautiful. Best wishes for your future editions…

Please sign me up! (for a subscription). No trip to Myrtle Beach can officially begin for me until I stop to get the latest issue of Sasee!

I’m so glad I picked up a copy of your publication while vacationing in Myrtle Beach recently. I thoroughly enjoyed the articles. I look forward to reading many more. Thank you!

Please email or mail your comments and suggestions to the Editor. We always look forward to receiving feedback from our readers and advertisers. Your comments may be printed in Sasee and/or posted on sasee.com where “You Speak!”

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Leslie Graves editor@sasee.com

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