Second Chance to Live––Special Edition—800th Article
Posted by Second Chance to Live on October 22, 2011
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. At the beginning of my last article – Being Different and Being Bullied Part 2 – I mentioned that the article marked my 800th article. I am writing this article to commemorate my 800th article.
On July 29, 2011 I created my You Tube channel – 2dogbull. To date, I have created 16 video presentations.
Thank you for being a loyal friend to Second Chance to Live. I look forward to continuing to create through articles and video presentations. If you would like me to address topics through my articles and video presentations, please let me know my friend. Thank you.
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