Life (Still) in Quarantine: What I Pray For

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The following is written from the heart of a Believer who puts complete trust and faith in God as she navigates this crisis along with her “other” crisis that was already in play – unemployment. This comes from strong faith and she prays that’s what you see when you read it. Nothing more; nothing less. … Continue reading

My Country is Hurting and My Heart is Breaking

Yes, my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Sutherling, Texas. Here are my thoughts. My prayers I keep to myself.

Even in Tragedy We Can Find Peace – Thoughts From a Former Media Girl

I say that as if I am a trained journalist. I’m still working in media of a different kind, but no I wasn’t a reporter. I just didn’t quite know how to explain exactly what I did in two words, but I will now. One of my most favorite jobs throughout my career was when … Continue reading

50 Years Later – Why Isn’t Martin Luther King Jr.’s “Dream” Realized?

Lunenburg HIgh School 87 Yearbook Lisa Sullivan

Image above is of my Lunenburg High School Class of ’87 Yearbook – The Echo. While I fully realize we’re over the 50-year mark since Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his most poignant speech in all of history, this question comes today because as I type…right now…my hometown, specifically my alma mater, Lunenburg High School,  … Continue reading

My Reflections on a Successful Food Bank of CENC 24-Hr Telethon 2013

Food Bank CENC 24 Hr Telethon Planning July 2013

Image of the 24-Hour Telethon team planning committee above courtesy of the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. I’ll start with this simple Tweet from my wonderful friend, Deirdre – My heart is so full of love right now. #foodbank24 — Deirdre Reid (@deirdrereid) September 14, 2013 Yep, that about sums it up. … Continue reading

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