It’s in America too!
This month is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and many states are catching on, yet lacking the resources to go further with rescues and housing.That’s a very good reason why the more people know, the more will be done. What if you were walking through downtown in your city and saw this? Would you do anything? Would you tell anyone? This #EndItMovement awareness video in Atlanta was such a powerful statement. Event through The Final Four tournament being held, only an estimated 60k bystanders witnessed this.
If you witness or see anything suspicious, pimp control, or forced labor, please call the Polaris Project at 1-888-3737-888 for tips or even information of resources in your area.
Not so sure how to rock a simple, fashionable Thanksgiving outfit and still be comfortable? Here is something for the everyday woman. Which one is your favorite? DO TELL! Enjoy your Thanksgiving and I’m so thankful for each of you. Thank you for stopping by. Designs from pinterest and inspired by Amanda.
Maxi Skirt! Why not?
Stripes! Sweater! Perfect combo!
For the “I make Fashion Trends” type woman! I love this, but don’t! Ha ha!
Boyfriend Blazer look! Can’t lose with jeans!
Say it with a cardigan and slacks. Thanksgiving Day Fashion 2013
Yes! A POP OF COLOR LOOK too! I have every piece for this look.
Say it with A DRESS look. So fall!!!
Cardigan and a Dress! Classic!
Enjoy your Thanksgiving!
Working hard this season to bring a dose of life and encouragement to women around the world, one scripture or encouraging word at a time. Here a few of the necklace made, and as a result, customers have reported back the woman receiving the gift has cried. What scripture would you like to see? Would love to personalize one for you or a friend. All the tears will turn into a smile. Jewelry through pendant necklaces allows one to take a personal message with them as a reminder of God’s love and promises for them.
Save the date: December 7th at 8 a.m for Advent Market. There will be over 40 vendors helping to support missions to raise funds for clean water projects. See you soon.
Decided to take the day off for two reasons: bored with my job and secondly, I refused to work on Veterans Day. Yesterday, the beloved Marine Corps turned 238 years old and I all I could think of were those I served with that are no longer here. Said a prayer for thier families and realized no matter how long they’ve been into eternity, they are deeply missed. Other than that, the many situations, things seen and heard while serving have shaped my life. I loved serving our nation for freedoms the masses take advantage of daily. Will be attending the parade today, but if you’d like to honor veterans more often, here are a few ways you can be more active and help veterans. REMEMBER woman server also.
1. Send letters or care packages to service members oversees
Whew! Food, hygiene items, video games, movies, skype credit, photos WE DIG this!
2.Visit you local veterans hospital
You’d be surprised how many are without a caring family. Reading to them, talking, and being a listening ear. Local VA Hospital
3. Give to veteran organizations supporting veterans.
Like The Roever Foundation or the Marine Corps Scholarship Fund
I met Dave in person and he has a passion & heart to give wounded troops hope after major injuries from war. He cares for them
BUY HIS BOOK TOO
4. Say Thank You to someone wearing a Military uniform
Go the extra mile if you have to and even after Veteran’s Day. WE LOVE THIS!
5. Support military owned businesses, businesses that support veterans, veteran authors, films, etc
Of course Already Shining is one, here are a few others SEARCH HERE
6. Pay the tab on someone wearing a military uniform, anonymously
Many restaurants are granting veterans to eat free today, try it another day. Way better than eating an MRE. Only the candy
Are there any veterans in your family or neighborhood? How will you honor them? Comment below.
If you witness or see pimp control of youth, forced prostitution or labor,call 1-888-373-7888