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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Meet Leslie Ann

She was different, pure potty mouth if you ask me.  She lacks discipline, attention and manners.  It is not her fault. Both her parents did not go to school, we are not even sure when her birthday was. Her mom couldn't get  her birth certificate from the midwife as she couldn't pay for the delivery. They get by.  From time to time she begs on the streets ( sadly with her mom's permission). That was then but this is now.

Leslie Ann ( third girl from the left)
She now attends the regular public school system after one year at F.L.A.G.  After school hours, she  will spend some time to review lessons with the rest of the girls ( rather than being on the street).  What a difference one year has been for Leslie Ann.  I hope she is enjoying school and learning a lot.  Love this pic with all of them in uniform, so adorable!!

We are going to start our 2nd Holiday Shoe box program , stay tuned!

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Susan said...

They are so cute in their uniforms! Let me know asap re: shoe box program. I will get the word out to the women who have too many shoes. And boxes.

Dayna Musto said...

I'm so glad I found your blog. I am looking forward to reading about the girls and the program. I'm following from the Finding New Friends blog hop. Follow back when you can at http://www.greatbeautybuys.com. Have a wonderful weekend.

Rachel Joy said...

awesome how much change can happen in a year when people actually take time to help make that change...I wish Leslie Ann all the best in her very bright future!

Oriana from Mommyhood's Diary said...

Hi! I am your newest follower via Blog Hop!. Great blog. I hope you get some time to stop by and follow me back at http://mommyhoodsdiary.com
I look forward to reading your posts.
Have a great long weekend!