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History in 14 Years

I was born a premie, which probably means I was born too early. After the doctors diagnosed me with cerebral palsy, you know what happens next… the doctors always spit out brick-powering words. 1,757 more words

Pennsylvania

Everyday Heroes by Vicki Hinze

 

We all have our visions of what a hero looks like. We’re all right and probably wrong because, with our preconceived notions, we often overlook the Hero Next Door, the everyday hero, and that hero is often the very one who makes a lifelong impact on specific lives, and on the public who eventually discovers him or her. 658 more words

Vicki Hinze

The Big Move – Volunteers give comfort during major changes

Moving is stressful at the best of times. Now imagine moving 376 people from a place where many have lived for years and called home. 615 more words

Making A Difference

Everyday Hero: Rayali Banerjee Part Two

Dear Armoury, welcome back to Everyday Heroes! Gosh, I am so humbled by the views, the love and the responses for the first part of Rayali’s interview. 2,047 more words

Melbourne

Everyday Heroes: Rayali Banerjee Part One

Hello there Knight Life readers and welcome back to Everyday Heroes! I must say, I am having so much fun doing these interviews, and taking the chance to pick the brains of the people I love is definitely being a highlight of my blog this year! 1,785 more words

Melbourne