The Photographs that Changed Me

domestic violence is never ok

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the gift of a son

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truth

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total acceptance

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I want to be a Marine like you, Dad…..

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The poorest of the poor and she wants to be a missionary

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I can do it too, Grandpa….

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life is complicated

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the beauty of age

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proud mama

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the pain of feeling emotion for the first time

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recognition for being a dreamer

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art brings life

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i will not fear voodoo

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buddy ball might be the best sports event ever

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showing mom what she missed while                                         he was in foster care

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Gifted

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a bond that cannot be broken

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courage to be a Dad….a true Dad

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the mountains are calling and I must go

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losing a 17 year old son will change you forever

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growth can happen in the most unlikely places

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beauty never ceases to be amazing

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you can never have too many sons

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when you cannot afford school you sell potatoes

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needs no explanation….

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a good coach is a one of the truest blessings

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the beauty of a cat thrown away

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leaving the old ways and returning back to them

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One thought on “The Photographs that Changed Me

  1. Your insights are Amazing…..just Amazing!
    A huge thank you for acknowledging that a college student can have a great impact in the life of youth baseball players!

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