Positivity is the key

I believe positivity is the key. Every day whether it’s rainy, or Sunny, whether it’s Monday and you have work or school, or if it’s Friday and you’re hanging out with friends, you still decide if your day will be good, or bad. You can choose to let someone get you down, or you can choose to ignore them. Glass half-full, or empty? It …

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We are all part of the human race

We are all apart of the human race. The human race, no matter your looks, you are a part of the human race. So why do we judge? We are the same, but different in our own special ways. We have our own personalities. So why act like others? When everyone else is taken We all have eyes, ears, a …

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Andre

It was Tiny’s first day at her new school Palm Bay Elementary, it was also the first time she would have to ride a bus all alone without her big brother Cade there to watch out for her. I watched as she climbed onto the bus and waved goodbye, and then spent the remainder of the day hoping she would …

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Amazing Kids

Since TGBD began I have had so many people email, write and call to tell me how amazing Acacia is. I have to agree, she is amazing. Acacia is the most loving and compassionate person I know, she has a magical way about her that seems to melt the hardest heart. I honestly couldn’t be any more proud of her …

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A Million Words or Less about Acacia Woodley

Every day for the past week Acacia has come home from school and said “Mom did you do your homework?” I chuckle and say “no but I promise I will”. But then I wonder how I can sum up this amazing little girl into an essay, surely it would take a novel at the least, an essay wouldn’t even cover …

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The Story of how it began

Since this is the first official blog entry I thought it would be appropriate to go back to the beginning and tell you how it all began. It was just about this time last year when Acacia then 10 years old, came home and asked if we could put a friendship bench into her school. I had literally just sent …

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