So I guess I’m going to be bald again. And in lieu of a whiny Tired Tuesday post, I thought I’d talk a little bit about it. 263 more words
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In high school, I participated in a volunteer group named S.M.I.L.E.S., which stood for Students Making Individual Lives Extra Special. The teacher who lead the group was a highly respected member of our community. 599 more words
Original version published in July 2013. Wayne died Dec, 2, 2010.
Watching a child die should slap us in the face, provide some perspective as to what’s really important and how we should live our lives. 575 more words
Jo’el Worldwear is holding an event in Florida this September 26 to raise money for war veterans. Yes, you heard it right. We believe that there are many people affected by war and conflict, especially warriors themselves. 280 more words
10 years ago, my husband & I lived a block from the beach in Biloxi, Mississippi, when Hurricane Katrina struck the Mississippi Gulf Coast. We saw the destruction and death, but since then we’ve seen the rebuilding and life come back to a place we love so much. 127 more words
People in York County are going bald for children fighting cancer.
The Red Lion Fire Company Station 34 hosted a St. Baldrick’s Foundation signature head shaving event to raise money for childhood cancer research. 131 more words