“Be the Change You Wish to See in the World” -Gandhi
In October 2000, Suzanne Hobbs, working as a TV reporter in Idaho Falls, was the first reporter on the scene to cover a story she’d never forget. She had learned not to get too personally involved in her work. Like many of us, she developed an emotional barrier between herself and the tragic real-life stories she was exposed to day-after-day. But that fall morning, she watched the tiny lifeless body of a newborn being retrieved from a filthy dumpster. She couldn’t let it go. And what she did changed her life.