Following a life-changing volunteer experience in Mexico, I've been asking myself: How do I train my brain love like it did back at that orphanage while I’m here at home? Maybe the best way is by looking to those who have paved the way before.
Abbie Metge was in an accident at her grandpa's farm, causing her lose her leg. Over the course of months of healing and learning how to live with one leg, Abbie rejoins her cheer quad, setting goals to become a one-legged flyer.
New Year’s resolutions generally start out feeling as manageable but end up taking on mammoth proportions. Like climbing a mountain. Alone. With no equipment. Such occasions often require a “Sherpa” to get you going.
It started as a fun pajama party for 10 sixth-grade girls who make up Girl Scouts Troop 1980. It quickly evolved into something with much greater purpose and reach: A new book to help child abuse victims in their healing process.