Seven years ago when Martin Leyva walked out of Chino State Prison, a guard told him: "We'll leave the lights on for you..." insinuating that Leyva would be back. Instead, seven years later, Leyva walked across the stage to accept his bachelor’s degree in liberal arts/psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara.
This great Pyranees was left in a barn for 7 years with only enough food to survive. When he was found his hair was out of control and rescuers went on to cutting off 35 pounds of his hair! The owner is not being charged for animal cruelty because she suffered from a terminal illness. But good news is she gave him up and Lazarus is now free to walk around and play �� Lazarus is getting ready to find his new home.
Mia Tagano visits her 94 year old grandmother -- who now has dementia -- and discovers a whole new, less verbal, way of communicating her love through heart, hands and hugs. To her surprise, when she brings this approach to her grandmother's roommate who has suffered a stroke, it radically transforms their communication and opens up both women profoundly. This heart-warming story share
Cathryn Wellner's insight:
Oh, Mia, this is a story we all need to read, absorb, live. Thank you.
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