Justice for Faith

By |November 1st, 2016|Family|0 Comments

 “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.” 
Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/news/local/crime/article10051073.html#storylink=cpy

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Keep it uniquely YOU!

By |October 16th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

A Marine Corps veteran’s wife has some unique items. Customize your bracelet, necklace,  heck even your cat or dog’s collar. You have so many different items to choose from. Medical, 🐕,🐈, horses, soccer, football, states, flag, colors, 🕆, 💎, ♪♪, ❤, 📷, 🏊, 🏋, ABC’s 123’s, I mean possibilities are endless! Imagine having a […]

Friend, Veteran, and Survivor

By |October 14th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

What not to say to a Veteran who is experiencing abuse.

What Not to Say to a Veteran who is Experiencing Abuse

 

Fine Art America- Regina Vasquez

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Flawless Imperfections

By |September 20th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

Turned a page in this  never-ending book of life for us. Whether we are in a better position or not remains to be seen. James had been working in a temporary position at the post office. He’d also been steadily submitting applications for whatever position he thought he may have been qualified for.  Several months ago he […]

Healing Household 6

By |August 23rd, 2016|Family|0 Comments

 

 

 

 
HH6 Caregiver Library

In honor of my brother Chris

By |August 11th, 2016|Family, Uncategorized|0 Comments

His birthday was August 8. When I saw this picture it felt so real because…well he’s no longer here.

I feel like he has been watching over us. Lord do we miss him.

August 8, 1969 – January 17, 2007

 
 

#GetEvan2Ellen Down Syndrome *5th Annual Buddy Walk*

By |August 5th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

 

Onslow and surrounding counties are big supporters of our special needs communities here in NC, despite what you hear.

There are a lot of events scheduled throughout the year for various causes and this is one of them. We’ve participated in the past and enjoy the diverse community we have here, the many ways they give back […]

Title? Think I forgot it too…

By |August 3rd, 2016|Family|1 Comment

Through my years I have gone through things, done things, put myself in situations I shouldn’t have, gone places I shouldn’t have, yet some things I wish I could speak on. There are some things I honestly want to talk about but I can’t. I am pretty sure there are some of you reading […]

Veteran Unemployment, It’s not just applications and interviews

By |June 29th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

Veteran Unemployment, It’s not just applications and interviews
Don’t get me wrong, being unemployed sucks no matter if you are a veteran or not but veterans being unemployed comes with a different set of playing cards. They possess a different set of skills that aren’t understood by those in the private sector unless they’ve been […]

Here’s Johnny I’M BACK!

By |June 29th, 2016|Family|0 Comments

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