Time is 7:00 pm every night that 8 people RSVP by Twitter to Charfair
the night before. I don't order the cake until 8 people come, so BRING
Ask yourself if you ever met a guy who thought he wasn't a genius, and
why is it you don't think you are? Who can DO WHAT YOU DO???
There is a private dining room. There will be a workshop for people
sitting in chairs who will practice communication skills of saying "NO"
for 1 to 2 hours so no one is staring or being nosy. Folks Restaurant
has music. A chocolate cake will be provided by me only if 8 people show
up. RSVP required by email on Craigslist or twitter. This event is
free. Dinner and drinks are not provided. The limit is 8 people plus me.
I do have Folks coupons! Anyone can say "no" to the chocolate cake!!
This is a great way to meet other women who want to prevent crime, use
the #InstantBuddy (twitter) and be FRIENDS with women of all ages and
practice empowerment near Hiram, GA. I do not sell books at this event.
Donations are accepted and not required.
Check out Murder on the Silver Comet Trail @ Amazon to find out more
about me, and check out IMVC.org to find out what I do with my spare
time! Watch the free documentary! My blog is http://www.FearThouNot4.blogspot.com
if you are REALLY curious. The nonprofit Fear Thou Not is LISTED on the
calendar as a supporter for the sheriff of Paulding County. Donations
accepted at the party and at the blog. I will have a form if you want to
give feedback to the national office! The donations go to promote the
Instant Buddy System and pay for getting the word out that women can
PREVENT CRIME by sticking together!
Corporal Henson, Sheriff, Herbert and Joyce Franklin, Ms. Lorraine
Kreahling (PBS), Mr. Witte (law professor at Emory U.) and Jazz for
Peace, Rev. Scot at TMCI, Jeet, and Sonny,
Women are not taught often in our society to use the Buddy System.
Businesses can support #InstantBuddy and double their businesses.
People who use the Buddy System spend 2x the money and BUSINESSES LOVE PEOPLE WHO SPEND
2x as much money. Share with anyone who will read or listen. Make this
email count for Jennifer Ewing. Do this before I die. Do this for
Chandra Levy, for Meredith Hope Emerson, and for every woman who has
been abducted or murdered.
A woman alone is a target.
No weapon can protect her if she is hit in the face with a baseball bat before she can draw a weapon.
We are not doing enough.
Last December I saw 7 women who were alone on my way to mile marker 17 where Jennifer Ewing was abducted/murdered.
The counties won't change the signs to include Buddy System.
No business sell t-shirts that say Buddy System and I don't sell enough
books to buy t-shirts to spread the concept, so I am spreading the
Instant Buddy (system) on Twitter.
Where do men hear about the Buddy System? Law enforcement, every
military branch, hunting, ice fishing, kayaking, deep sea diving. . . .
The list is longer for men to learn from than for women. Men do not need the Buddy System more than women do.
Women don't have the wide influences to use a Buddy System and they could with SHOPPING!
So much crime happens in parking lots.
Please share this with Deputy Mike Quinn, and with the Sheriffs of
Paulding and Douglas Counties. I am posting this letter on my 12 blogs,
Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and the Global Health and Humanitarian
Summit, which I help to organize at Emory University. Next month will be
the 6th anniversary for Jennifer Ewing, and the 8th anniversary for me
surviving. I survived to write a book and she will never be as old as I
am now. If you have any ideas to improve an Instant Buddy system, please
contact me @Twitter with #InstantBuddy .
Women can encourage each other to find someone in a parking lot to walk
with, and meet before leaving the store to go to their vehicles. The
women can find an Instant Buddy who is of the same gender/sex as they
are. No handsome Ted Bundy or Hilton with their high IQ will be asked.
This is not about fear. This is about prevention. We are not doing
Rev. Charlotte Fairchild, MDiv, CPE, http://www.imvc.org Fear Thou Not, 501(c)3
PO Box 1268
Hiram, GA 30141
#Instantbuddy Murder on the Silver Comet Trail, http://www.amazon.com/Murder-Silver-Comet-Trail-ebook/dp/B00736BKV2/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1339616818&sr=1-1&keywords=murder+on+the+silver+comet+trail First chapter free, and for Kindle Prime it is free. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HD-XD1rullY
Don't think there are lots of people donating. There are very few people willing to give to preventing crime. It isn't about wearing a bike helmet, but about knowing what is going on around them and being in community.
Needs: 1. $830.00 for coin purses with Fear Thou Not and Buddy System printed on them. 2. A table and tent for the summit 3. Printing and flyers for 2,000 people 4. Ideas for homeless awareness Send any donation to:
Fear Thou Not, 501(c)3, P.O. Box 1268, Hiram, GA 30141.
My mission is to get the book Murder On The Silver Comet Trail into the hands of grandmothers. It was from the beginning. Why? Because Grandmothers teach their children and grandchildren.
June 19 seemed pretty upsetting that none of my friends could come, and no one I knew cared to the Jimmy Carter Center. I booked a workshop there. But this is a busy time in people's lives, and what were they going for? A hug? A story? Empowerment? Because that was the name of the workshop. Hug Story Empowerment. But what I needed was connection.
On the Silver Comet Trail I talk to men mostly with expensive bikes. They tell me sometimes that carrying a gun is the answer to violence on the Silver Comet Trail. They wear 2 earbuds most of the time so they are not aware of sound. Some say the rear mirror compensates for sound. Some say that because they are training that they only need to be in the "zone" so they can stick it out. And women don't stop very often, so I never talk to the women who are riding alone with both ear buds and oblivious to the world.
I don't plan to go back to the Silver Comet Trail again to give water, or to tell men on expensive bikes how to be safer.
I am glad I booked the workshop because it may open doors to safety awareness and a workshop I want to offer. The koi pond was beautiful. The room was beautiful. It would have been a great place for the workshop. I now have external speakers donated by Best Buy and so my next workshop was at the Hiram Starbucks in the same building as Moe's and Cold Stone Creamery on June 20. Thank you Hiram Starbucks for giving me the space to use! I will always be a loyal customer.
Below is the announcement!
I am leading a workshop at the Jimmy Carter Center
Dec. 20 and Jan 31 there will be a drawing for a velveteen red poncho. Please send $1.00 a chance to: Fear Thou Not, P.O. Box 1268, Hiram, GA 30141. The pictures and winner will be posted on Facebook, on Charlotte Fairchild's Fan Page and also on this blog and the Fear Thou Not blog.
I make ponchos for sick people and for people who are unemployed. It is warm and one size fits all. People in nursing homes also sometimes get one.