Things are tough all over. Property values have declined while gasoline prices have risen. Unemployment is high and morale is low.
And while it may seem like dark days ahead, a group of people in the Morriston community are searching for rays of sunshine by leaning on one another.
In May Cindy Johnson was casually chatting with some friends about the surplus of eggs she had from her chickens. Before long, she discovered that her excess was someone else’s necessity and the idea to create a network of neighbor helping neighbor started envolving.
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