Considering the American holiday of Thanksgiving and its meaning I decided to post this, the first piece I ever had published.
It appeared in the Jerusalem Post on April 26th, 2002 and is still very relevant today. 345 more words
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The little boy would run to the hallway when his dad, dingy and smelly from the day’s labor, would return from work. He would follow him to the bathroom, perch himself on the laundry basket next to the sink, and watch Dad try to scrape the grime off his hands and face. 447 more words
This post is dedicated to my dear friend Tracey, whose life was unexpectedly taken in a few short months to pancreatic cancer.
In an effort to figure out how to do life, we learn, we plan, and we work, and slowly, we try and put the pieces together.1,097 more words
Welcome to this week’s edition of Flashback Friday and our solute to the Everyday Heroes. This installment of our Friday feature highlights the Cops, Firefighters, Private Investigators, and Men in Uniform who fight for justice at the risk of their own lives. 2,484 more words
To celebrate Customer Service Week, which takes place from October 5 – 9, we will be profiling our frontline workers on the Peninsula Moves! Blog. … 250 more words