Pursuing Justice

Seeing doesn’t Cost.

I was driving, it was dark. I missed my turn and frustrated found myself at a stop light in the wrong lane. I looked over. There was a homeless man. You know the kind, can you picture him? He was holding a sign. It was cold as it often is in Minnesota. We were in …

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Pursuing Justice

Justice for All.

I was young, 22 maybe. We had gone to husbands home in Canada because his grandpa has passed away. On our way back we were detained. Chris had to go in the special room with a customs officer. I was bold, naive and feisty. There was no way I was leaving that border without my …

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