A Lifetime of Being a Public Servant


On August 3, 1973, Ms. Lula Brown walked into the Department of Public Social Service of Los Angeles. Little did she know, she has touched thousands of lives with her loving and caring services for the last 45 and 1/2 years. Up until yesterday, I gave her a case to authorize for a family whom I helped added a newborn correctly on the system. It took me almost an hour to fix it and put it on for emergency update. I was a bit worried at first because she was not there in the morning to authorize the work I did on the computer. As soon as she got to work in the afternoon, she authorized it right away. That’s what I love about her for always being efficient. Today, March 29, 2019, marks the last day of her lifetime career. What goes to her head this morning when she wakes up? I would feel very emotional! ❤️ Everyone has a purpose. We are here, not simply to reproduce or enjoy our existence. It’s much deeper than that. Many people have no idea what their purposes are. Some live a selfish life without contributing anything to anyone else but themselves. Others fall into many addictions without a return. Simply, they have not found their true purposes. What is my purpose? It’s to tell a story from the heart. I enjoy doing it in written as well as in spoken form. Also, I love to raise health awareness. Being a simple person, I enjoy things that no need to spend a great amount of money on such as being in the nature and listening to a good radio station. It’s time to start making Spaghetti. Have a blessed day/ night, my FB fam 😊 


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