Thank you again to everyone for their continued support to Schapelle and to
our family. Sorry we don't have any recent pictures of Schapelle as no
cameras are allowed in the prison.
Schapelle is in good health at the moment and has also been in a good frame
of mind. There are now 14 girls in Schapelle's cell at the moment. (Still
no electricity other then the light that is on 24 hours).
It's very humid here in Bali now as it is the rainy season but Schapelle
seems to be adapting well to the hot weather. This time last year, it was
very very hard for her to sleep in the heat and she needed a hand held fan
with her all day.
Schapelle is still receiving letters and postcards so thank you all very
much. Letters take from 1 to 2 weeks to arrive and the guards don't open
normal letters but will open up any bulky ones. Also thanks to everyone who
has sent care packages. I can't tell you enough how much these are
appreciated.. It is good to know that Schapelle is not forgotten and that
there are so many people who care.
Her Lawyers are working very hard and Mr Erwin has been in Jakarta this
last week working together with Mr Hotman on the case and appeal papers. Mr
Haposan has stayed in Bali and has visited Schapelle only today [Thurs, Nov
24, 2005] to fill her in on things. The Lawyers are still pushing to have
Schapelle acquitted and feel confident the judges in Jakarta will look at
all the evidence and set her free. They have done a very thorough job with
the writing of the appeal arguments.
Christmas is going to be a sad day as it will be Schapelle's second
Christmas in that place [Kerobokan]. We really believed that she would be
home by now but we will make the most of the day and have a Christmas lunch
together and then go to the church service in the prison church.
Again, thank you for your prayers, your good wishes, letters of support,
care packages and daily encouragement to Schapelle... it means everything
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