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I covered a story once about a program called Meals on Wheels in Ypsilanti. It was a timely reminder that nobody is as independent as they think they are. We need each other.
In honor of Throwback Thursday, and as a teaser for my new blog series beginning soon, I present to you my first photograph taken and developed as part of the Scarlett Middle School photography club. Preparation included thinking of a subject and theme and understanding my resources. I put a feeler out and ended up… Read More
Photo courtesy of: Quadell How many times have you heard or read the words ‘thank you’ this week? Better yet, how many times a day do you say, write, or type ‘thank you’? Probably hundreds. It is one of the first phrases babies learn how to say and one that we never stop using. Originating in the… Read More
Tru Story Exclusive: Back by Popular Demand Please accept this invitation to tune in for an exclusive series about real-life leaders, both personal and professional, that will share their own testimonies of how they made their dreams into reality. In explicit detail, these Tru Story guests will document the every day contributions to their own journey. This is the… Read More
Veterans’ Day, unlike Memorial Day, is for all (this world and the next) those who sacrificed their freedom at any point to secure ours. My Promise to myself, my country, and those that I love is to not forget. Ever. I want to give pause to expose my heart and shower attention towards my veteran… Read More
Quit Telling Yourself No How many times do you tell people no in the course of a day? Once? Dozens? Or..never. Recently, I was speaking with a friend about my current projects. Specifically, about how I need to back pedal on some of the volunteer and non-profit projects I have going on. She said something… Read More
“22 years ago marked the start of 100 of the darkest days in human history. 1 million people were killed in the Rwandan Genocide.” – Join the #Kwibuka20 Orbit What a difference twenty years makes. I believe it is time for us to unite so that we can begin renewal. Truly, Les