She sat alone, quietly waiting for her meal to be served. She didn't have much. Her clothes were tattered and worn. The shoes on her feet had seen many nights and more than a few miles. She looked at me intently as I handed her a small cup of fruit punch. "Thank you" she said with… Continue reading Serving An Easter Meal
Day 7: Treat A Stranger
By now you have heard my powerful story about the life-changing cups of coffee. It is a story I tell often because it was an amazing moment in my life that I like to share. It shows the impact a simple gesture can have on the life of another person. Today, our task for Day… Continue reading Day 7: Treat A Stranger
A Hometown Chef
They say that the third time is the charm. After life interfered with our plans to volunteer at the Mad Anthonys Children's Hope House we agree. Our two previous attempts to volunteer with the Children's Hope House were foiled by life. An ailing grandmother and her eventual death led to the postponement and rescheduling of… Continue reading A Hometown Chef
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