No matter where the day takes us, most of us always know that our bed awaits us that evening. This is a luxury that many families in New Orleans still do not have. Ten years later, destruction and disaster from Hurricane Katrina still sits at the center of New Orleans. When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005,
Below is a reflective essay by a 2014 Footsteps of Giants participant, Jacqueline Peralta. She was given the opportunity to travel and explore the world, and herself, thanks to the Geography of Hope Foundation.
Never in my wildest dreams did I believe I would ever stand on top of a mountain,
This Thanksgiving, when we take time off of work or school and gather with loved ones, we want to remember the special people in our lives. Augustine Carnell, Rachel Smylie and Timothy Schaffer; we honor their lives and the difference they made in the lives of so many others.
SEPTEMBER 26, 1996 –
This is a guest post written by The Road Less Traveled’s very own Rachel Dallman, whose time with The Road Less Traveled has been in different capacities. If you’ve called our office in the last six months, you’ve more than likely spoken with her. Need ANYTHING RLT related? She’s your girl. Read why: