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Safety: Keeping Women Safe
Published Nov 12, 2006

Miscellaneous A group of rapists and date rapists in prison were interviewed on what they look for in a potential victim and here are some interesting facts:

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Safety: Safety Tips for Women
Published Nov 02, 2006

MiscellaneousBecause of recent abductions in daylight hours, refresh yourself of these things to do in an emergency situation... This is for you, and for you to share with your wife, your children, everyone you know. After reading these 9 crucial tips , forward them to someone you care about. It never hurts to be careful in this crazy world we live in.

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Events: Kristin's Gift on her 31st Birthday
Published Jan 27, 2006

MiscellaneousJanuary 28,2006 would have been my niece's 31st Birthday. We remember this day with fond and loving memories of Kristin and cannot help but think what if...

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Events: Kristin's 31st Birthday
Published Jan 24, 2006


Another year has gone by, and I miss Kristin as much today as I have over the last five and a half years. Kristin would have been 31 this year, and I still wonder what her life would have been like had she lived. Her dogs, Sativa and Winter, are well and continue to be a great source of comfort. Their love and loyalty are unconditional and I often wish that people were more like them.

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Kristin's mother writes...
Published Jan 28, 2005


It is almost 2 1/2 years since the murder of my daughter, Kristin. There is not a day that goes by when I do not think about her and how her life was so brutally ended. Words cannot sufficiently describe the depth of pain and loss a parent feels when they lose their child. It is unnatural to outlive your child and the pain just never goes away. However, with the love and support of family and friends, you find a way to go on living. There is such an overwhelming void which can't be filled.

Kristin was outgoing, feisty, bubbly and full of life. She made friends easily and was well liked. She had a way about her that made people trust and confide in her. What amazed me the most about my daughter, was her sense of adventure and her lack of fear to obtain her goals. When she set her mind to do something, she usually accomplished her mission. She lived her short life to its' fullest. I only wish she had the opportunity to obtain all the desires she dreamed of achieving. I am changed forever from having lost my precious daughter.

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