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Social Work : A Lifestyle of Connecting with Others

As the old saying goes – If it’s meant to be, it will be. And for Bill Haynes, becoming a social worker was just that. 450 more words

Making A Difference

A Tribute to Everyday Heroes

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Heroic.”

So, today’s Blogging101 assignment was to use a Prompt and make it personal. To be honest, I was a little confused on what to write about.

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Blogging101

A Rude Awakening

I would imagine that some of you who haven’t experienced what its like to live with a disabled person might find my blog uninteresting. After a year’s hiatus from writing this blog, I decided to write about the day-to-day struggles of a care taking. 2,683 more words

Personal Experiences

This Woman Couldn't Give Less Of A Damn About Some Dumb Dancing Teens

Sometimes, people do things in public that trap others into watching them for extended periods of time regardless of their desire to do so. Sometimes those people are dancers doing their thing in the middle of a crowded mall. 222 more words

Web Culture

The Battle Within

In an earlier post I mentioned how I like super hero movies. After an epic battle going back and forth the good guys always win. They face many challenges and there is always a time where we start to think they won’t win but they fight and overcome the enemy. 1,062 more words

Christian Life

Everyday heroes

“I work with children who are physically challenged. I’ve always cared about other people, I guess its something that has been handed down to me by my grandmother who was active in the Red Cross.” 248 more words

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