not doom and gloom

I was messing around bravenet, looking for mention of Amir from a few years back and found this story about something good.

It's still good. I have a follow up for that one because I saw the refugee a few months ago.
She got a job at the insurance company--in the cafeteria. Her son is going to go to college, the first person in her family, ever.

She told me she's so proud of him, she's in danger of exploding with pride.


  1. Hey - that is TERRIFIC!
    Your halo is shining!!!!

  2. naw, not me. The volunteer from united way was the one who gets the halo this time.


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