• Giving Thanks


    If you are celebrating an abundance of food and comforts, please consider the hundreds of thousands of people who are much less fortunate than you. This is a great time of year to not only be grateful for what you have, but to find a way to help someone else as well. Even if you only give $10 to the local homeless shelter, hospice or charity of your choice. Bless you for that.

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  1. johnm says:

    So thoughtful of you Jillian. I see so many homeless people when I’m walking around AC and taking pictures. My heart goes out to these poor souls. No matter what anyone may say, they do not choose this way of life. They are homeless due to unfortunate circumstances, whether it be mental issues, addiction or whatever. No one would choose to live under a bridge or pier. Such a nice image and narrative, you must be a very caring person.