Monthly Archives: May 2018

Tears in the night…

Tears in the night… As I am shutting down tonight, I’m mindful of St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital – the cancer center in particular. I did not grow up with a  mother and father. I was in foster care until 11 … Continue reading

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Taking it back to the classroom, again… Distance Learning, a blessing… Enroll now for Free

Taking it back to the classroom, again… Distance Learning, a blessing… As I write this – I’m mindful of finishing my Criminal Justice / Forensic Sciences Degree with Stratford University Online Program – and now I’m going after IT Cyber … Continue reading

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Meet Mr. Richard Arvin Overton, America’s oldest living veteran. The father I would love…

Meet Mr. Richard Arvin Overton, America’s oldest living veteran. The father I would love… He opens by introducing himself, and said I am 109 years old… that’s how I met Mr. Overton… In my studies and browsing this evening, I … Continue reading

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