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Every family has a legacy, and this is mine

Some are teachers, some are musicians, and some legacies are in themselves dynasties. But my family’s legacy has a number of things. For instance.. Girls have ALWAYS been born first on my dad’s side of the family, my ancestors come from slavery, my dad, my brother, and I can’t read music but we know how… Continue reading Every family has a legacy, and this is mine

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Dear Sister Survivors

The stories we want to hear the least are the ones we need to hear the most. To my fellow Sister Survivors and Army Of Women. I’m so proud of every one you! You showed no fear and looked evil in the eye for the very last time! As a former USA Gymnastics gymnast, who… Continue reading Dear Sister Survivors

Blog · Complex Regional Pain Syndrome · CRPS · Invisible Illness · legacy · Life · Personal · Platform · Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy · RSD · Truth To Power

Birthday Donations

Raising Money For a Cause I Care About: On February 17, 2015 I was diagnosed with CRPS/RSD a rare and non-curable illness that has changed my life in so many ways. I have decided that instead of making my birthday all about me I want to make it all about finding a cure for this… Continue reading Birthday Donations

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1 Year Without You

The hardest part of saying goodbye is having to do it again every single day. Every day we face the same truth. But life is fleeting. That our time here is short. And to honor the fallen, we must live our own lives well. As I’m writing this tears are falling from my eyes because… Continue reading 1 Year Without You

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We Need More People Like Tea Leoni and Elizabeth McCord! 

Ever since I could remember I've grown up looking at people whom I could believe in when they spoke and fought to change the world just because they believed it was right not because someone told them too or was paying them for it. This is probably why I've always looked up to Tea Leoni… Continue reading We Need More People Like Tea Leoni and Elizabeth McCord!