Frankford Township Elementary school is where we began. I moved here in the 3rd grade (1993) and met Lindsay shortly after. As you can tell we’ve been inseparable ever since. My brother in law, Jacob, is as of today 12 years old and is a student in Ms Guida’s 6th grade class. The two called and […]Read more
I’d be lying if I said I had a good nights rest the night before volunteering at Salt Lake City’s Adult Detox Center for Volunteers for America in Utah. We aren’t ones to pass down an opportunity to help others so when we were asked for a few hours from the previous day’s gig at […]Read more "Salt Lake City’s Adult Detox Center "
We have been greeted with nothing less than open arms upon arriving in Utah. The landscape here is a reward upon every turn along the road. Snowcapped mountains and warm people surround Salt Lake City. We are so excited to give back to this beautiful place. We arrived at the Youth Resource Center with […]Read more "Youth Resource Center and Salt Lake City"
Jazz Festival is the reason we started making the trip to the soulful city of New Orleans. This has become a yearly tradition, a second home if you will, filled with family and friends, good music and food. As of 2015, our trips to New Orleans are not complete for us without a stop at […]Read more "Jazz Festival and Volunteers of America’s Fresh Food Factor"
This is my favorite time of year! Not only is it the kick off to festival season, its also time for the yearly tradition my dad and I started six years ago. From the first time I visited and every time since, a piece of my heart is left in New Orleans. The mix of […]Read more "Give NOLA Day"
We were greeted in Green Valley, Arizona by the familiar face of our high school English teacher, Dolce. We have been on the road for nearly two months and warmth of a friend’s face never gets old. Dolce and his wife, Judy, opened their home to us gypsies. For the next two nights they offered […]Read more "The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona"
Today we partnered with Fresh Food Factor served by the Volunteers of America here in the city of New Orleans. FFF is an 8,000 square foot commercial kitchen that serves local students healthy meals on a daily basis. Their goal is to not only provide fresh and healthy meals, but also to teach students that […]Read more "The First Supper"