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I Am a Guardian of Hope

To not one, but three little children.

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash

Courthouses make me nervous.

They are daunting and cold with long corridors and chambers with massive wooden double-doors. They make me feel small. But courthouses change lives, especially the lives of little children who fall neglected and need someone to care for them.




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Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker

Debbie Walker is a great-grandmother, creator of Middle-Pause, STOMP!, MPM Publishing, and editing a 4-book anthology. Contact her at middlepause51@gmail.com.

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