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Jerri: 9GAC Jerri Mathis Ashlynn Dacus This poor dog is never gonna watch another magic trick. - By Jerri Mathis & Ashlynn Dacus - whatthefluffchallenge whatthefluffchallengefail 9gag
Jerri: 9GAC
 Jerri Mathis
 Ashlynn Dacus
This poor dog is never gonna watch another magic trick. - By Jerri Mathis & Ashlynn Dacus - whatthefluffchallenge whatthefluffchallengefail 9gag

This poor dog is never gonna watch another magic trick. - By Jerri Mathis & Ashlynn Dacus - whatthefluffchallenge whatthefluffchallengefa...

Jerri: This Juice Bar Owner Is Combating cancer one Drink At A Time After losing her mother to cancer, one woman decided to empower her community by opening juice bars starting her business with just $300 TURNING Juice 馃憦馃従馃憦馃従馃憦馃従馃憦馃従Oftentimes it鈥檚 life鈥檚 wake-up calls that lead you to your purpose. Losing a job, hitting financial hard times, or even encountering a health scare can unexpectedly lead you from a moment of tragedy to a lifetime of triumph. For Jerri Evans (@turningnatural ), founder and owner of Turning Natural juice shops, it was her mother鈥檚 diagnosis of breast cancer that lead her to a lifestyle that would not only impact her family, but the thousands of customers who filter into her stores daily. I first learned about Jerri after she supplied an array of her signature juices at a Toyota Green Initiative VIP dinner as well as the Broccoli City Festival in Washington, DC. I caught up with Jerri via phone on an early Friday afternoon as she navigated from one of three stores in southeast . 鈥淭he free time I do get is driving from store-to-store,鈥 she admitted to me, hinting at her hectic schedule that often accompanies being an entrepreneur. Not that she鈥檚 complaining, though. Because when you鈥檙e in a position of service the reward comes not with the amount of sleep. For Jerri, her life was altered in 1999, when her aunt was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer. 鈥淎t that time we looked at cancer like a death sentence, like if anybody got cancer there was no way you could survive,鈥 she says. 鈥淲e watched her decline really, really fast and so that was a real wake-up call.鈥 At the time she was working in Atlanta at Lockheed Martin where she oversaw the building of weapons for F-22 fighter jets. Shortly after the news of her mother鈥檚 transition, she quit her job. 鈥淚 did absolutely nothing for about two years; I just traveled. I bought any and everything that I could. I had a closet full of unhappy because I just wanted to feel something again, and my mom and I were extremely close. All of my friends were like well what鈥檚 next.鈥滻t took her mom appearing to her in a dream to pull Jerri out of her slump. 鈥淪he was standing in my door while I was in my bed and she was like, 鈥榳hy are you so broken?鈥 And I鈥檓 looking at her like really, you鈥檙e really asking me this? And she said, 鈥榶ou鈥檙e obligated to continue creating.鈥欌 SOURCE: @XONECOLE - KIAH MCBRIDE
Jerri: This Juice Bar Owner Is
 Combating cancer one
 Drink At A Time
 After losing her mother to cancer, one woman decided
 to empower her community by opening juice bars
 starting her business with just $300
 TURNING
 Juice
馃憦馃従馃憦馃従馃憦馃従馃憦馃従Oftentimes it鈥檚 life鈥檚 wake-up calls that lead you to your purpose. Losing a job, hitting financial hard times, or even encountering a health scare can unexpectedly lead you from a moment of tragedy to a lifetime of triumph. For Jerri Evans (@turningnatural ), founder and owner of Turning Natural juice shops, it was her mother鈥檚 diagnosis of breast cancer that lead her to a lifestyle that would not only impact her family, but the thousands of customers who filter into her stores daily. I first learned about Jerri after she supplied an array of her signature juices at a Toyota Green Initiative VIP dinner as well as the Broccoli City Festival in Washington, DC. I caught up with Jerri via phone on an early Friday afternoon as she navigated from one of three stores in southeast . 鈥淭he free time I do get is driving from store-to-store,鈥 she admitted to me, hinting at her hectic schedule that often accompanies being an entrepreneur. Not that she鈥檚 complaining, though. Because when you鈥檙e in a position of service the reward comes not with the amount of sleep. For Jerri, her life was altered in 1999, when her aunt was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer. 鈥淎t that time we looked at cancer like a death sentence, like if anybody got cancer there was no way you could survive,鈥 she says. 鈥淲e watched her decline really, really fast and so that was a real wake-up call.鈥 At the time she was working in Atlanta at Lockheed Martin where she oversaw the building of weapons for F-22 fighter jets. Shortly after the news of her mother鈥檚 transition, she quit her job. 鈥淚 did absolutely nothing for about two years; I just traveled. I bought any and everything that I could. I had a closet full of unhappy because I just wanted to feel something again, and my mom and I were extremely close. All of my friends were like well what鈥檚 next.鈥滻t took her mom appearing to her in a dream to pull Jerri out of her slump. 鈥淪he was standing in my door while I was in my bed and she was like, 鈥榳hy are you so broken?鈥 And I鈥檓 looking at her like really, you鈥檙e really asking me this? And she said, 鈥榶ou鈥檙e obligated to continue creating.鈥欌 SOURCE: @XONECOLE - KIAH MCBRIDE

馃憦馃従馃憦馃従馃憦馃従馃憦馃従Oftentimes it鈥檚 life鈥檚 wake-up calls that lead you to your purpose. Losing a job, hitting financial hard times, or even encounter...

Jerri: Just wanted to check if Jerry has time to come play outside
Jerri: Just wanted to check if Jerry has time to come play outside

Just wanted to check if Jerry has time to come play outside

Jerri: enamA Jerrys sublimibal messages
Jerri: enamA
Jerrys sublimibal messages

Jerrys sublimibal messages