“Cole, you are doing something big, my son.”
~ Tony Stoddard
Today is a day of gratitude.
All I can think of is Tony Stoddard and his son, Cole. 241 more words
One of the most dumbfounding realities of raising awareness for childhood cancer is the fact that it is difficult—very difficult—to do. This is not because there is any shortage of passionate advocates who are willing to do the daily, hourly, minute by minute work, but because often—far too often—pleas fall upon deaf ears. 521 more words
Today, April 10th, is National Siblings Day. This annual celebration honors the relationships of brothers and sisters. Although Siblings Day is not recognized federally like Father’s Day and Mother’s Day, 39 of our states have official proclamations recognizing Siblings Day. 380 more words
My name is Lee, and I am Melinda’s mom. As a college sophomore, Melinda has responsibilities that make time for blogging difficult. Sleep is a rarity. 874 more words
In addition to sharing her story through the book Grace, Melinda Marchiano gave voice to her experiences through a language of her own: dance. … 14 more words