Monthly Archives: January 2012

An Update on CHLOE’s Place—Breaking the Cycle of Poverty

  Imagine, you are young and alone, from a disadvantaged home where abuse and poverty are rampant—and you are pregnant. Your education and life skills are minimal and you have no idea how you will care for your infant and … Continue reading

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From Hell to Hollywood—Ted Williams one year later

With a voice as smooth and comforting as hot chocolate on a cold winter’s day, Ted Williams won the hearts of millions. Job offers from around the world poured in faster than a gushing oil well. He had finally found the ticket he needed to leave the streets behind. Within days he was appearing on TV shows across the country and staying in posh hotels. Williams instantly went from pan-handling on the streets to pandering publicists eager to cash in on the latest phenomena. Everyone wanted a piece of him. Continue reading

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2011 was an extra-ordinary year

It is always customary for leading news shows, magazines, newspapers, columns, etc. to close out an old year by reviewing the top stories of the year and provide a brief summary of the year that was. Following in that tradition, … Continue reading

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2011 in review–Thank You for Your Support

When I started this blog I didn’t know where it would take me but I knew the writer in me had to get out. It has been fun making new friends and keeping in touch with long trusted friends through this … Continue reading

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