Help For Angela
Sounds of outraged voices squeezed under the door of Angela’s darkened bedroom enveloping her in an overwhelming sadness. In despair, her lovely large brown eyes beheld the ever consoling brilliant night sky, as the glow from a billion stars rest upon her delicate face.
SUPER BOWL TOMORROW–WHO ARE YOU ROOTING FOR?
Las Vegas has Atlanta as the underdog going into Sunday.
February 3, 2017
The odds surrounding Super Bowl 51 between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons remain in a holding pattern.
Oddsmakers in Las Vegas clearly don’t want to swing too far in one direction or the other. The posture isn’t hard to understand, given that the offensive-minded showdown featuring Tom Brady and Matt Ryan is capable of swinging in either direction in a matter of seconds.
Given the offensive potential and dominance of both sides on the path to Sunday’s encounter, the Moneyline and overall odds paint a clear picture—lots of scoring and an outcome akin to the flip of a coin.
“How could I turn my love for flying into an educational project that would encourage minority and undermotivated kids to consider the many opportunities available in aviation? Something fun, yet realistic, and motivating that could light an inner fire prompting their thinking to soar.” Lloyd Haynes
Days went by then, a rough idea for a school for under motivated students began to take form. “The name Education through Aviation (ETA) was born. https://www.facebook.com/carolynhaynes5050
THE LLOYD HAYNES STORY…COMING SOON!
Five years before Room 222, Lloyd Haynes desired to add his support to Martin Luther King’s vision. Lloyd contacted two close friends despite the opposition of old familiar foes, the Ku Klux Klan, and another white supremacist group. Lloyd and his friends booked passage on a train to Washington in the face of persistent warnings and threats of personal violence. “To take a stand for what a person believes in is a freedom for all human beings. So I will stand in peace.”
They marched from the Washington Monument to the Lincoln Memorial among an estimated 250 thousand people. In later years, many people that Lloyd would come to know, admire, and work with attended the Walk: Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Mahalia Jackson, Harry Belafonte, Diahann Carroll, Ossie Davis, Sammy Davis Jr., Lena Horne, Paul Newman, Sidney Poitier, Josephine Baker, and Rosa Parks. https://www.facebook.com/lloydhaynesroom222/ #BOOK