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Can you believe another year has passed? Not sure about you but I truly believe time moves faster the older I get. I think about my younger self when I felt I had all the time in the world. We would sit around talking and laughing for hours into the night without a thought about... Continue Reading →
A short video on the Yellow Bike created by Benjamin "Bigmouthben" Graham. If you ever have the opportunity to meet him in Atlanta, GA, you will truly understand the purpose of the yellow duct tape. It is not just a bike. It is not just tape. Ben's story, smile and aura will change your life... Continue Reading →
Benjamin “Bigmouthben” Graham speaking to the Drug Court graduates in Rockdale County, Georgia. From Addict to Addiction Counselor. From Homeless to a Business Owner. The Book of Benjamin available online now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Walmart. Visit Website for More Information on booking Benjamin “Bigmouthben” Graham -TanyaG © 2018 Tanya Graham unless otherwise... Continue Reading →
Benjamin "Bigmouthben" Graham reading from "The Book of Benjamin". Available online now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Walmart. From Addict to Addiction Counselor. From Homeless to a Business Owner. Visit Website for More Information on booking Benjamin "Bigmouthben" Graham -TanyaG © 2018 Tanya Graham unless otherwise noted.
Many thanks to this gentleman for allowing me to use his image. May his life be blessed! This is truly one of my favorite portraits. Our sons are the old men that they will one day become. (repost) As I looked into his eyes, I could not help but wonder his past and future. I... Continue Reading →
"The Book of Benjamin" is a story of childhood traumas that leads to mental illness. These issues changes Benjamin's life in a way he will never forget. The story of Benjamin is one you will find yourself engulfed. It will change you... just read and see for yourself. Now available online at Amazon and Barnes... Continue Reading →
It was the summer of 2018 in Atlanta, GA. To be exact it was Saturday, July 21st. Tourists from all over the country were visiting the Historical Martin Luther King Site. Local business owners and their patrons are moving about. Seniors citizens and locals are sitting outside chatting and enjoying the day. It really was... Continue Reading →