For many, walking in the fresh air, socializing, and relaxing all contribute to the enjoyment of golf.
Frank Ruffolo spent the majority of his life playing this sport . . . until September 2016. What began as just another beautiful day on the green was only the beginning of Frank’s problems.
After 10 years of marriage, Jennifer knew it was over. She needed to return to Pennsylvania to make a fresh start. Although nothing was more difficult, she left her children in the custody of her estranged husband, as he would be better able to financially provide for them. Jennifer and her children managed the distance as best they could.
Some say that “the best parents get promoted to grandparents.” However, when families are struggling with substance abuse problems, sometimes Grandma and Grandpa must take on the many responsibilities of Mom and Dad. Emotionally, physically, and mentally, it can be a lot to handle. Especially for little guys like William.
When we found him, you could count his ribs and see the pain in his eyes. It was no way for an animal to live.
After five years of abuse, all Santana knew was a life of deprivation. Even his most basic needs were not being met. His water bowl was filled with an unidentifiable liquid. His food bowl was empty.