Editor Brande Poulnot firstname.lastname@example.org
A weekend roundup of news, oddities, celebrity fodder, and stuff to laugh at. It's Saturday. Come and waste a little time with me. :)
It's been over a year since my assault. I've accepted that I will never be the same again, but the monster who did this to me still has the upper hand. We are going broke paying for what he did to me.
A newly born nonprofit organization has helped over 50 families and are now aiming to help Bartow residents celebrate the holidays.
Sometimes it's in the littlest dogs that you find the biggest hearts. And realize that you have room for one more in your own.
How are you supposed to feel when someone who destroyed a child kills himself? I can't muster sadness.
You never know what you can learn through tragedy. Being a part of a community that came together for Jorelys Rivera has taught me so much.
Snakes and dogs and stairs, oh my. I was always told that every moment in our lives is really a teaching moment, but I'm still not sure exactly what I learned.
After I was assaulted earlier this year, I've made situational awareness my number one priority and you should, too.
What happened to the good old days of kids behaving in public?
Sometimes it takes writing a letter to deal with death and the emptiness left behind. But once you write it, you realize you're more blessed than you ever knew.
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