Rev. Charlotte Fairchild, speaker/writer

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Fear Thou Not 501(c)3 director
Murder on the Silver Comet Trail author
Fertile Prayers: Daily Fertile Prayers author

Thursday, September 27, 2012

What do I do with ink pens

There is a kit I describe on Youtube with the title: Global Health and Humanitarian Summit: 1 plastic baggie, 1 pen, paper, money maybe, mentor, United Way #211 flyer, some rubber bands or a book marker. United Way always give free flyers (marketing) and newspapers like the Douglasville Sentinel sometimes gives free ink pens, and I always seem to find paper somewhere. Book markers and rubber bands come from stores and libraries or old calendars. Thank you for making a difference in the community!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Homeless ended


How many women disappear when a homeless person is ALSO in that parking lot/neighborhood/cemetery/trail? We can never know.









 The Douglas Sentinel gave me two cups of ink pens, or over 100. That was generous and I thank them for taking their busy and nottinp 
Night!

Monday, September 10, 2012

Isolation

So if you never leave home, who wins? The men hiding in the bushes, that is who.

If you wait and ask the woman you pass in a parking lot or other isolated spot to be your #FastFriend or #InstantBuddy tomorrow, who wins? Don't wait and read about her in the paper. Ask her to walk, run, or ride a bike with you.

#FastFriend

What can you do to help make the world safer?
1. Find and confront men hiding in bushes with your dog when you walk your dog in isolated places?

2.  Use the Buddy System because that is what Law Enforcement and Military both historically use?

3. Know how to use self defense and stay aware?


4. Start spreading the word about #FastFriend or #InstantBuddy to teach women to use the Buddy System now. Most act as though it means, "start tomorrow," when the point is NOW IS ALL WE HAVE.

5. Spread the word that other women are your allies and all men, no matter the color, age, looks, deserve distance. Relatives are notorious for being threats. We need our girl friends.