Love my family. Do the best quality of work I can. Serve the homeless/ill/orphaned children of the Philippines.
Please help online vote - my Philippines trip In 2009 I was blessed to be able to spend three weeks volunteering at two childrens homes, helping out however I could. I'm hoping to return to the Philippines later this year, to volunteer for a couple of weeks at an orphanage and a clinic near Manil...
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Have you met Dena Stevens?  She's the founder of the Colorful Colorado group here at ActiveRain.  And she's a lively person to meet!  Read the interview with Dena at the
For starters, what’s a Move In Certified inspection? Think for a moment about the wide range of houses that are for sale these days. Some are definite “fixer-uppers,” some are in great condition, and many houses fall in between. A Move In Certified inspection is targeted toward houses in better c...
When my oldest son and I walk in the Relay for Life this weekend, we'll be wearing our brand-new t-shirts.  My son designed them for us, and it's becoming a tradition for us to create a new t-shirt for each year's Relay.  You probably know that the Relay for Life supports the American Cancer Soci...
"History is a guide to navigation in perilous times. History is who we are and why we are the way we are." This quote from David McCullough reminds me how much Colorado's past has influenced its present. Nowhere is this more evident than at Bents Old Fort. This reconstructed site near La Junta wa...
This morning's (April 19) Pueblo Chieftain had an informative article in the Business section, "Pueblo to gain from Fort Carson."  The reporter, James Amos, described how our Pueblo real estate market should be impacted by the addition of 10,000 more troops at Ft.Carson.  For those of us in real ...

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