Slay It Forward

The stack of mail waiting for Byron Woods was about a foot high when he reopened his barber shops after a two-month shutdown because of the pandemic. He tossed the pile of unpaid bills aside and opened a hand-addressed envelope. Inside was a $1,200 check made out to him from a retired schoolteacher. She was […]

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Slay It Forward

Happier days are ahead for a beloved 53-year-old pet tortoise whose owner died of COVID-19. Ms. Jennifer, a “very sweet” reptile, came to the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ Boston adoption center on May 9, communications director Rob Halpin.  Jennifer loves being outside in warm weather. Her owner, who had become […]

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Slay It Forward

Less than a week after Nancy Chazen, Goldsholl’s niece, got a call from her nursing home saying Goldsholl had the virus, the nursing home called Chazen again. She had recovered. Goldsholl has now lived through two pandemics: She was born in 1911, the eldest of four children, and was 6 when the Spanish flu pandemic […]

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Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! Honest hearts produce honest actions. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!

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Hope – Audio

Hey SLAYERS! I don’t usually record my blogs but this one seemed like it should be during these times. I hope it gives you some hope, and some thought. We’re all in this together. SLAY on!

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Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! A single thread of hope is still a very powerful thing. New blog goes up Friday, until then… SLAY on!

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Hope

Hope is a powerful thing. It was hope that saved me from myself, from my bad decisions, from my depression, from my negative thinking. It was someone sharing their story with me that sparked the hope in me. It was dim, but enough for me to take action and chase after that hope that things […]

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