What I want to do versus what I need to do.
Posted in elderly, Helping hands, Homelessness, Kids, senior citizen
Tagged angry, children, frustration, homeless, kids, lonely, Mark Horvath, senior citizens
Even though my thoughts today have been preoccupied with figuring out how I’m going to pay for my storage rent, car tabs and school stuff for the kids this month, there is something else that comes to my mind every … Continue reading
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Tagged childhood, children, girls, homeless, kids, lost, poem, poetry, preteen, sad
What kind of society are we?.
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Tagged angry, Ballard, Blind, bus, buses, children, cry, disabled, helping, miracle, single mom