Sophia Sandoval dressed up as the mighty Wonder Woman and held a sign to commemorate her last day of chemo. The mighty little girl just went through multiple treatments due to a brain tumor.
The sign reads, “It was tough, but I was tougher.”
Lynda Carter would agree! The actress who played Wonder Woman on the 70s TV series, spoke out in support of the little girl and called her “A real-life WW!!”
Text and image by Kylie Olean
This is the photo my daughter (13yo) took when I nursed my 4.5yo son for the last time.
One of the hardest parts of all this leukemia/chemo/hospitalization stuff has been its effect on my relationship with EJ. Obviously, it’s affected Alex as well, but there’s a big difference in how she can understand what’s been going on and how EJ has. Don’t get me wrong – in general, he’s been a trooper; however, it’s … Keep Reading!!!
The holiday season can be extremely stressful time financially for most people. Stuart Edge decided to lighten that load for a few people this Christmas.… Keep Reading!!!
Well, this was a tear-jerker…
Bruce Farrer asks his high school classes to write 10-page letters to themselves. He then mails mails each letter back to the student 20 years later.… Keep Reading!!!
Paul Smith was born with cerebral palsy, a disability which affects his motor abilities and overall strength. man that creates incredible works of art using a typewriter.
However, that hasn’t stopped him from pursuing his passion of art, even in what we may consider the most unconventional of ways.
Now living in a nursing home run by his family, he types his masterpieces using just one finger.
Smith has shown that no matter what obstacles we face, that should never … Keep Reading!!!
Phil Laboon is using his heartache for good.
After putting down $20,000 for his wedding, his engagement was sadly called off. But that didn’t stop him from doing something awesome. The 32-year-old marketing CEO decided to throw a charity gala with his pre-paid wedding funds.
He called LemonAID for Sugicorps and the party was back on, with a bit of a twist.
“I thought this was a joke — nobody does this. Then I felt like a bride,” Surgicorps founder … Keep Reading!!!
10-year-old Santiago wanted a tablet for Children’s Day.
His parents found a chopping board that was a similar size and shape to a tablet. As a joke, they wrapped it up and gave it to their son as a gift. But what started out as a silly prank, soon turned into an amazing show of gratitude.
This special little boy is giving us all a great reminder to never take anything, especially the kind efforts of others, for granted.… Keep Reading!!!
So that we can find a cure in Anthony Carbajal’s lifetime.
We’re paying for you, man. … Keep Reading!!!
FCB Brazil created a “Speaking Exchange” project for CNA language schools. As you can see in the video, Brazilian youths and elderly Americans living in retirement homes are placed on a video web chat; it is there that language technique is developed. However, the most noticeable and poignant part of these conversations is when you see the development of human relationships begin to occur.… Keep Reading!!!
The one thing about being a parent is the ability to be selfless: To give up the things you want and need for the benefit of someone else.
13-year-old Taylor Storch tragically died in a ski accident in Colorado. Her parents made the difficult and selfless decision to donate Taylor’s organs to save the lives of others. The woman who received the gift of Taylor’s heart through a transplant welcomed her parents to her home to allow them … Keep Reading!!!