A Story about one child, one of 22,000 homeless kids in NY Why do some kids have not even the most basic needs covered? What is it like to live such a life? In this New York Times article, Andrea Elliott tells the story of one girl. Unforgettable read.
The jubilance of Beer drinking Loud music Friends singing (Or was it shouting) None of this warmed The huddled woman Sleeping on the concrete Covered head to toe With a thin blanket On a chilly night — About the poem: Have you ever heard of a bicycle bar? You can get together with 15 of […]
Walking around on the streets of Denver, I’m in awe of our freedoms. I just got back from two months in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Wow, look at that lady walking alone, head uncovered, no abaya, walking a dog!!! A big dog! And over there, people sitting outside. Women sitting outside with men. And on the […]