Final Thoughts On President Obama

The following was written on my personal Facebook page in the early hours of 20 January 2017 and has been modified since then.

This is going to be quite lengthy. I need to share my thoughts…been mulling it over for a while now. I should preface what I share is my own opinion (not my employers) and has NOTHING to do with politics just CIVICS.

I want to share two of my favorite POTUS #Obama 44 moments:

February 2, 2010: I was fortunate enough ask  The President a question about Haiti during his visit to Nashua, NH. I wasn’t even supposed to be there that day. My friend and old neighbor Cheryl Debelis was sick and was so kind to hand me her ticket. read more

Haiti: Seven Years After The Earthquake

Earthquakes happen every day. Sometimes at such great magnitude that buildings are damaged, people injured or even worse death and lives are changed.

First responders come through and aid flows in. The tragedy gets covered in the media.

People rebuild and life goes on.

Seven years ago Thursday at 4:53 p.m. 300,000 plus souls vanished from Haiti. In an instant, millions of lives were changed when a massive 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the island.

While life has gone on after 7 years and things are slowly moving forward — the traces of that rocky night and the days that followed remains in a lot of minds and hearts. read more