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Years Later..

Wednesday, April 17, 2013 11:38 | Daniel Boothe
As experiences and time continue to shape my life, I am beginning to learn the value of surrounding and communicating with those with a noble and just cause. The more good you put around you, the better you will do and become. My only wish is that valued lessons like these would only come at a cheaper cost.

I am back in Southeastern Indiana now pursuing a career that requires a finely tuned moral compass, hoping and praying my past regrets and mistakes do not strip this chance away..

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  • Sunday, September 29, 2013 10:56 | Laurel Ho
    Hey kiddo I see u haven't posted in a while,just like me. I'm hoping u are just busy with the new job and things are going well for you. Just know if u slip, we are here for you. Laurel
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  • Tuesday, November 18, 2014 17:33 | Jeffrey Backus
    Daniel, everyone makes mistakes. Keep on the "right" path and I am confidant that you will do well. Keep updating your story and maybe others will follow your lead.
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