Dangerously Alive

" Pool slides, Skydives, Rollercoasters, Swings, Campfires, Horse riding, Bungee jumping broken wings, Gun violence, Selling drugs, Walking the streets at night, Prostitution, bar scene hopping, Strung out, asking for a fight. Riding the elevator, Crossing the street, Hosting a homeless stranger, Everything has the slightest bit Of unpreventable danger."

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Woman survives cancer, not once, but twice. Teacher shields her students in a school attack. Child decides to raise money for a parent's bill. Man pushes himself to regain independency. Young man assists an elderly across the street. An employee encourages a special needs customer to help. Volunteering with disaster relief Donating blood. Registering as... Continue Reading →

Seventeen Years Later

Wow!... I can't wrap my brain around the idea that our United States has seen this many "9/11"s. Before that September Day, for many of us.. 9-11 was 9-1-1. It symbolized hope, and help. Teachers and parents taught us, as children, these three, single digit numbers, were a life-line to call someone "in an emergency".... Continue Reading →

It's not a national holiday. Nothing in particular triggered a need. It's something I just want to do, and it's honestly something I should do more frequently... 🕊❣️💙🕊❣️💙Thank you American Soldiers🕊❣️💙 🕊❣️💙 This country is the best place on this planet. Our freedoms are priceless privileges granted to us at birth. I listen to friends... Continue Reading →