Let's Hear Your Story (LHYS)

April 9, 2019

Wiggly Roads On The Path Of Life by Angie Square   Wiggly roads are like the path of your life,  Bumps and holes may cause some strife. Don’t take too fast those ups and downs, Check them out to avoid personal failure and frowns For you don’t know, Crossing and parting, ...

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I Want To Wake Up One Morning by Deanna Dantas   I want to wake up one morning And look at my reflection And not focus On all my imperfections.   I want to wake up one morning Feeling okay And not allowing anyone To take that away.   I want to wake up one ...

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Things were going very well for me until December 7, 1941. In very short order, I was drafted into the US Army. I L-O-V-E baseball. While on furlough in 1942, I participated in a tryout with the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbet’s Field. Playing on the infield was like playing in my living room. The ...

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Being A Cop: You Learn Every Day and You Learn How To Stay Alive Every Day by Allan Cimino (NYPD Ret.) If being a cop is your life, then it's TOTALLY living and learning every day. The cop next to you might know more than you...so you learn from him or her. At some point (with experience), ...

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Relentless Dental Pain...There's Nothing Like It I have always had bad teeth as far back as I can remember. I have seen countless dentists and spent an incredible amount of money. Each dentist tells me, “...I can save your teeth.” In the end, my repaired teeth last about three to six months.

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This Is A Story About A Little Girl Who Survived... by H.S.D. This is a story about a little girl who survived through horror and pain after being thrown out of her home...pregnant and alone at age fourteen. But no matter what happened to this girl, she persevered. That little girl is now ...

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I have been afflicted with a chronic disorder for decades and get around with the aid of a walker. I went shopping at the local mall this one day, parked in the Handicapped Spot, placed my walker outside of my car to get out and realized that I was stuck. I made numerous attempts to stand but ...

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Paying It Forward: Helping Someone “Survive” A Truck Breakdown At 7-11                                                                                                  by Linda Strang I was at the 7-11 this morning. A man came in and asked if anyone had pliers on hand to tighten something in ...

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LOVE THE LIFE YOU LIVE by Noelle McNeil On August 2, 2005 at the age of 20, my world got turned upside down. I was riding a four year old horse for some friends at a horse show. I was nationally ranked equestrian, had ridden since I was five years old and had trained horses for years. I ...

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Suicide...Ending a Book That Isn't Finished Yet by Melody Kelly This subject is a touchy one. I can't seem to get it out of my head...clinical depression as well as anxiety. I've been through it all. When I say “all,” I'm talking about suicide. I don’t even know where to start. There is a 99.9% ...

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My Dad…The Man Who Always Got Things Done…My Survivor Eulogy by Julie George Thank you all for joining the Harrold Family in honoring the life of our Dad Hugh Harrold. My Dad accomplished many amazing things in his 88 years. My Dad was most proud of his service defending the United States of ...

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My goal in life was always to make it to the NFL….to be able to support myself and my family by means of the game that I love and for which I have a great deal of passion. On October 16, 2010, I suffered a severe spinal injury during a game against the Army Black Knights when I attempted to ...

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