(3/3) -She's raised 4 kind and loving kids. Can be pretty tough for a couple parents right? Well, did I tell you she's doing it all on her own? Just more evidence that women are some of the world's most common superheroes.- Love doesn't always grow in the brightest of places. It can be in the darker and less easy areas that create indestructible relationships. "We did have a big changer recently. Their father left and moved out." While things took a slight dramatic turn, thei
(2/3) -Her kids look up to her. And they have great reasons to do so. Everyone can look up to her and admire. I was sitting on the floor in front of the bench. People would have to weave around as they passed. I couldn't focus on anything else. I was so tied in on this family. There was a unique light to them. "What do you want to teach your kids?" "Learn to have courage in the face of fear. There are times when everything or everyone seems to be against you. But I hope I've
(1/3) -In honor of #InternationalWomensDay, here's a flashback to one of the most powerful, resilient, loving mothers I've met!- History says it. The present says it. It's all around us. Women have proven time and time again their strength and love for making this world a better place. Here is to one of those women, who've changed the lives of the people that matter most. Family. I saw a playful family sitting on a bench in the mall. They were all laughing and smiling. The
(5/5) -Kind words can change a person's life. My favorite part is when I get to tell them those kind words. I told her in person which hopefully gave her some faith in herself. But I also sent her an email a couple days later. Below is what I wrote to her, and what she wrote back.-
You are probably one of my most favorite people to have talked to. Your story is filled with so many lessons and it resembles your strength and what you are overcoming. I get to talk with
(4/5) -She's a prime example of the kind of people I want to show you. She's forgiving, loving, humble, and filled with some of the rarest colors of life. She's changed my outlook on life without even knowing it. Let her do the same for you-
"Today is the saddest day of my life. But it's days like this that will make me a better person." I was humbled to hear some positivity, as most couldn't see it especially in her position. "I'm trying to become a better person. At first
(3/5) The tattoo resembles a fish jumping out of the water. The water is a display for the fish's struggles at it is attempting to over come them. In a pretty clear way, the fish is her.
"It all started with him. We were traveling at one point and he got on something. Soon enough, I joined him." Her tone showed regret. "I was in love, so I didn't want to disappoint. Things went down quickly from there." "How did you know he was on something?" "He would ignore me. His mind w
(2/5) I had to talk with her. I had the feeling that this would be one of the most drenched stories yet. She sat down at the bus station, so I made my approach. I asked to get her picture and she said, "Sure, but I'm kinda a wreck right now."
I snapped a couple pictures, got below her and asked, "Could you tell me what's going on?" Her voice had a neutral tone. "This is the 3rd time for me being left at a bus station." "Who left you here." "My boyfriend, well ex I guess. We
(1/5) -Ladies and Gentleman, I give you, one of the world's most beautiful people, and one of my favorite stories yet.-
She's only 20, but has experienced some of life's greatest lessons, learned in the hardest of ways.
I was walking by a Greyhound bus station and was feeling a bit uneasy. It can be very difficult to find the kind of people I want to interview; and my mind was telling me how much work that can take. But, as I was walking, I passed a girl going in the ot