On January 5, 2018, a Reply to State’s Response to the Motion for the Lonoke County Prosecutor’s Office to Recuse was filed with the Court. We are seeking an unbiased approach to justice and do not believe that to be possible as long as Larry Cook is part of the Lonoke political tapestry. COOK is… Continue reading Not again….
Wednesday, we began a journey toward a place searched for, yet not found until now, in claiming our just reward. After two decades of searching and gathering, a Petition for a Writ of Error Coram Nobis, for the trial court to reinvest jurisdiction, was filed. This is the product of research, hard work, love and… Continue reading A journey begins.
Recently, it was suggested that Heath look into completing the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Test. Not familiar with such, we did a little research. What we uncovered is invaluable and absolutely on point. The information on the website Acetoohigh.com is vast and, instead of trying to interpret, I’ve simply placed the information below that I… Continue reading ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences)
Does the butterfly remember its days as a caterpillar? Does the caterpillar long for the day when it can fly or does it even know that it will or that it even can? To appreciate its ability to fly, to soar among the breeze, must it recall the time spent crawling on land, staring at… Continue reading Anything but his freedom…
I don’t know how many of you watched the recent 60 minutes episode Treating Childhood Trauma but, for me, Oprah’s words hooked me and drew me in. For a long time, I have known of Oprah’s past abuse, and the powerful example she has set for those of us that were sexually abused as children. What… Continue reading What happened, not what’s wrong.
Most of us have seen the coverage of the Nassar case; the girls and women coming forward to share their experiences and, the more that came forward to talk, the more were empowered to do so. For those that have not been through that kind of trauma, it may be difficult to understand what it… Continue reading It’s called TRAUMA