Stranded and Courageous

Faith and Family Matters

As the entire country has watched the news of the paralyzing snowstorm in Atlanta over the past few days, stories have emerged of so many people who were stranded and who actually abandoned their cars. Their stories have finally started overtaking the exhaustive attempts to place blame and the broader discussion of what went wrong with those in charge of making decisions. The news seems to have turned more now to personal stories of experiences; of fear, courage, help and what went right. Over and over we watch the large amount of information being presented to us in the form of shared feeds from Facebook, Twitter, and television, and over and over we have heard the same story repeated. Those stranded say” I was so scared” , ” I was alone”, or “I was desperate”. Then someone, whether a Walgreens, Target, local fire station or Hyatt employee, came to the…

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About tjmcfee

Freelance writer. Activist on homeless issues. 48 years old. I write about subjects that need to be examined closely and thoughtfully. The idea for Brain Sections came from reading a book about abandoned asylums. I wanted to set a suspense story in that setting. The inclusion of crazed scientists turning homeless people into zombies is what makes the story unique. View all posts by tjmcfee

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