Christmas Gifts & Foster Children

Angel Trees. Those trees you see every year around the holidays, covered with tags on which are written the names, ages, and wishlists of children in need. You've seen them, right??   They can typically be found in the malls as well as at your local Walmart, Kmart, and various other department stores. Name: Michael... Continue Reading →

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

I emailed the Guardian ad Litem program this morning to let them know that I was no longer interested in volunteering with their program.  I was disappointed in a way, but relieved at the same time. A Guardian ad Litem, in case you didn't already know, is a volunteer who works with children in foster... Continue Reading →

Should volunteering really be this difficult?

I went back and edited my original post regarding the inefficiencies of government, where I included a bullet point list of the things I have been struggling to accomplish lately, and I combined two of my goals.  Helping out local crime watch and volunteering at the sheriff's office are close enough to be considered one,... Continue Reading →

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