I received two liver transplants within 6 days of each other. At two months post-transplant, I have been thinking a lot about my donor and their family. What was their favorite food? What did they do for fun? What was their favorite color? And more personal things about them... What was their passion in life? Who did they love? What made them tick? When I think about what I want to say to my donor, about a gazillion and a half things pass through my head. The number one thing I think about is ' how in the world can I express those feelings on paper?' We as organ recipients have such a personal and deep connection with our donors; physically, emotionally, spiritually. This connection is indescribable to those who haven't undergone the incredible transplant experience, and what a precious experience!! I want to be able to express how truly and genuinely grateful I am to their loved one!!! I think most transplant recipients have gone through this sort of thing. I would love to hear stories of connecting with your donor. I know my first donor was very young and lived far away and my second I am not sure about but they were local. So, please comment some stories about letters you sent, tips about sending letters(because I am struggling writing that pure gratefulness on paper), or stories about contacting your donors family. Thank you!!!