I had the ultrasound of my neck done earlier in March. We had to go to Tampa Florida last Thursday for my husband’s grandmothers funeral. We got back on Monday, picked up the dogs at the kennel and then I called the doctor’s office to see if they had gotten the results in from […]
Who do you see when you look in the mirror?
Do you see the struggle, the strides, the scars? Or do you see what those of us see that know your obstacles? The strength you were given to carry the weight of 10 men through the desert. Do you see the fragility of a blooming […]
“Published on Jan 7, 2017This video is meant to serve as a public service announcement to all families that have been stationed at MCRD Parris Island or MCAS Beaufort and lived in the Laurel Bay military housing community. In the last several years, 8 children (that we know of so far) that lived at […]
Within the span of the past month and some change it seems it has been non-stop around here. The newest pup, Chewy had his surgery in November to reconstruct his knee/leg in order to stabilize his kneecap. It kept sliding off to the side of his leg and then back to the front. It […]
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My husband and I were talking the other day about the things in my past. He has expressed on more than one occasion that if he could he would somehow erase, get rid of, the people or events that have left such a lasting effect on my mind, body, and soul. Those things that […]
“I have been following this not just as a sexual assault survivor, fellow North Carolinian, a mother, but because I have personal connections with other members of the Hedgepeth family. Like alot of families they have close knit bonds but also share a love for their cultural heritage, community, and faith. We have known some of them for almost twenty years. I remain close, not as close as in years past but we remain friends and if someone needed something they would always be there to help.” – Amy
“A DNA profile was generated from semen collected in a sexual assault kit, and investigators believe the DNA belongs to the killer, Chapel Hill Police Chief Chris Blue said Thursday.“Investigators have excellent evidence in this case, and we are making a public appeal for any information that will help us tie that evidence to Faith’s killer,” Blue said. “This is not a cold case. It has been and remains an active investigation.”
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