Change for Charlie Gard

If you haven’t been following along, here is the super short version: Baby is born in England with medical needs. England says, “baby won’t survive, let baby die.” Parents have no say. Parents fight in court. American doctor finally (after almost 2 months) gets to see him. Charlie’s brain is too far gone. Parents decide […]

Through Their Eyes

It’s funny, when you look at someone else’s life you either see: the grass is greener or I’m kicking ass at life. With social media, it doesn’t help that most people only want to show you their “perfect world” and how they are winning at adulting. But really, who is?! Honestly, my credit card debt […]