The kidnapping and murder of Mickey Shunick made national headlines, and shook the Lafayette community like no event I've witnessed in 30 plus years of living here. The Lafayette City-Parish council has decided her memory will be preserved in the most fitting manner possible.
I read this story on Facebook a few months back about a local resident who helped a homeless ex-con, and it reminded me that, no matter how bad my day gets, there is someone not as fortunate having a harder time...
“We shouldn’t have to cower and hide inside. If we don’t feel safe, we should come together and make a change. I wish it didn’t take a tragedy like this for that to happen. I wish we could keep that going." -Jay Steiner
I've heard it said hundreds (if not thousands) of times: during and after Katrina and Rita; after the Twin Towers fell; after Sandy Hook; after Mickey Shunick; after the death of my mother; and, now, after the Boston Marathon bombings.
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