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Review: Combust (Everyday Heroes #2) by K Bromberg

Title: Combust
Author: K Bromberg
Publisher/Year:  JKB Publishing 1/20/18
Length:   267 Pages
Series:  Everyday Heroes #2


Songwriter Dylan McCoy has been burned. 634 more words


9-year-old SC boy called a hero after saving neighbor trapped beneath his vehicle

A 9-year-old South Carolina boy is being called a hero after he used a car jack to save his neighbor trapped beneath while working on his vehicle. 273 more words

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Attitude of Gratitude

Thank you for your attitude of gratitude!

That moment when everything is going wrong for you can be humbling. Especially, when you count on someone else to help you clean up your mess. 32 more words

Annette Rochelle Aben Communicates

Who are this week's Everyday Heroes? Drum roll please...

Thank you to all who continue to submit names of employees districtwide who have done something deserving of encouragement and praise. Remember to give a shout out to one of your colleagues at your school or support building and watch for it to appear in an upcoming Everyday Heroes blog post. 345 more words


K. Bromberg - Combust (Everyday Heroes, #2)

“Because love is rarely pretty. It’s messy. It’s complicated. It’s often ugly, but that’s how you knw when it’s right. Pretty doesn’t always last. Its the things you have to work at that make the reward that much sweeter.” – Grady Malone…

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K. Bromberg - Cuffed (Everyday Heroes, #1)

“Question is, Emmy, are you still stubborn? How bad do you want that next kiss? How long are you going to hold out just to make a statement while denying your body what we both know it wants?” – Grant Malone…

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Good Samaritan in Akron credited with saving bus driver and passengers during medical emergency

This Good Samaritan story shows how things in life fall into place, when someone does something out of the ordinary and a miracle occurs.

That happened recently in Akron, Ohio when two best friends of 30 years were chatting on a bus when Metro RTA operator Jennifer Simmons and Shirley Blanks were chatting as Jennifer was transporting passengers on West Market Street when Jennifer had a medical emergency. 161 more words

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