I know blogging has simply disappeared from my schedule, but I promise it is in good reasons.
This pass Saturday I spent time with my church and other churches within the southeast region serving in the community. This wasn't my first volunteer work, but indeed it was new in it's own way. We went to several locations where families and individuals needed attention and help. One place in particular were under an interstate bridge. I've always heard and seen on television of people living under the bridge, but never in my life have I came face to face with a bed area under the bridge. The incline to the top inside of the bridge was very steep and any wrong turn on their lay area could send them rolling down into traffic. Unfortunately no one was there for us to pray with, but we left a bag of food and a prayer on each site there.
How amazing we are blessed to have a roof over our head, food to eat, water to drink, and clothes on our back. Sometimes even I take that for granted, but seeing all these families and individuals struggle seriously makes me understand truly.
- 3rd Person Format: Born and raised in a small country town just hours away from the metropolitan area was a young lady by the name of Jessica Paschal. She was an enthusiast of words and ideas which triggered her talent of poetry during the beginning of the 21st century. Because of her fullness to become successful at whatever she took on, she decided to move to a city where her significance could sprought and prosper. That's what led her to the beautiful city of Atlanta in 2010 where she became an entrepreneur by trade and an advocate by heart. What she is hoping to accomplish during and after her lifetime, is to impact people for the better.