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Brian The Hammer Jackson

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First up at 7:20 am: Erin Thornton, question: being a mom is very difficult...but somehow through it all, do you just feel you lse your identity? In her own words, this is her story..Erin Thornton, for the past thirteen years has been a mom first. Now with six kids, she felt like she’d lost her own identity. She no longer had a first name and was always someone’s mom or her husband’s wife. It became very discouraging. Erin has been telling stories since she was a kid. Her mom always told her to write her stories down, but she just rolled her eyes and moved on. As an adult, instead of reading a book for bedtime story or on a long drive she would tell a made up story to her kids. Erin writes whenever she can get a spare moment. Erin Thornton is a true writer at heart. This won’t be the last book she writes. The stories in her head are always screaming to get out. The only way to free her mind is to put them on paper.

7:45, Diana Dungy: DIANA DUNGY 
August 3, 2017 

My life was an accident looking for someplace to happen. I am now a blessing, looking for others to bless. 
I am a 61 year young miracle. An awesome woman of God with a story to tell.  I love the Lord and try to the best of my abilities to represent Him in all I do, say and be. Why, because He loves me and has been soooo good to me. 
I have suffered from multiple illnesses and accidents of some kind or another every year since I was about 5 years old. I have been pronounced dead three times in my life; . I have a bachelor’s in Criminal Justice and Human Services. I was owner and founder of De’ Blessed Ones Alcohol and Drug Concerns. An outpatient alcohol and drug treatment facility where I administrated, counseled and stood in the gap for clients from CPS, Probation, Parole, Families, teenagers and such. Call in, 319-527-6099.