Books I Read While Grieving

Books were instrumental while grieving the loss of my mom. I looked to them for some peace, laughter, connection and ideas how to heal losing someone I loved so very much. My heart ached for answers and books provided what I was seeking. I dedicated a chapter in my book to “books.” Chapter 4 is […]

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National Teen Driver Safety Week

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It’s National Teen Driver Safety Week. This is me with my youngest son who is in his last months of being a teen. Did you know that teens have the highest rate of crashes, injuries and deaths on our roads? They are new drivers after all and generally take more risks than adults. As teenagers […]

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October is National Pedestrian Safety Month

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has designated October as the first-ever national Pedestrian Safety Month. The agency is making pedestrian safety the focus of October as part of its continuing efforts to improve safety for vulnerable road users. Whether in a parking lot, crosswalk, or on a road, everyone is a […]

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Q13 Fox News TV Spot

Q13 Fox News came out and filmed me at my mom’s memorial garden to raise awareness for National Stop on Red Week. The week serves as an important reminder of the dangers in intersections and the importance of stopping on red. Preventing these crashes is in each driver’s control. Together, we can protect our community, […]

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DEATH IS COSTLY FOR ALL BUT DRIVER

This article was written about a year after my mom passed. I spent a few hours talking to Robert on the phone about my mom and the crash that killed her. I felt he understood what I was going through and I was seen and heard by someone outside of my immediate circle. I so […]

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