Photo of a park covered in snow.
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My job search is three a week, maybe I’ll try five a week and someone will hire me. I’m vaccinated, healthy, in shape, ready and willing. My aim is to make a difference for the homeless, and help those who may be struggling and hungry, especially children and seniors.

I’ll do all I can to help someone in need during the holidays. But word to the wise: Be careful out there. Not too long ago, my wife came out of the check cashing place with an envelope full of money. The short version of the story is: she could’ve been robbed because she wasn’t paying attention. Someone could have grabbed her money and I would have had to chase him or her down.

Also, be sure to show appreciation to your family, friends and animals beyond this holiday season. A kind word (along with hand warmers, socks, hats, and gloves) can signify the love you want to spread. And that kind of thing is something you can do all year long. 

Keep pushing, work hard, and be fair. Stay up and be positive and love yourself because ain’t nobody going to love you like you. Be safe, and have a great holiday. God bless.