Love & Food

A few weeks ago, I was asked to write a post for my schools newsletter. I had no idea what to write about. I always write about food. I always write about my family. I always write about my food and family. LOL. I emailed my professor a few times and we went back and forth about the topic. She made it clear that I needed to only write about the things that I was passionate about. The things that make me sit up at night and worry, stress and even sometimes cry. Those are the things that you feel strongly about and those are the things that make a good story. I pondered over this awhile and I thought about the word PASSION. What is passion? Why do people become passionate? Passion defined thro

Friendship House-Fayetteville

Today, I met with an amazing woman by the name of Tara Hinton. We met this morning to discuss an upcoming fundraiser but the conversation to me was way more than just that. Everyday we hear of non profits that help the poor and the less fortunate. We hear of food drives and clothing closets. Diaper drives and toy drives. Yes, I believe that these are all needed and a great value to our city. But what about the "other" forgotten people. The people who have mental disabilities. The people who try to tell us what they need but can't because they just don't know how. The people that are deemed mentally ill are automatically put into a cage at birth. Most people don't know what to do when they en

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