No One Fights Alone

About a year and a half ago, my oldest brother, Taylor, the healthiest guy I’ve ever seen in my entire life, was diagnosed with Melanoma skin cancer. I remember that day as clearly as if it was only a moment ago, we had gone to my grandma’s house to see my aunt Nancy. She was Read more about No One Fights Alone[…]

Life, Death, and Probability; Lessons Learned from a Mother with Cancer

The world we live in is undeniably deadly; if one crunches the numbers, one discovers how everything in our daily lives will undeniably kill someone. One in around one hundred of us will die in car crashes, one in three hundred fifty-eight will lose their lives to gun violence. Almost one in ten thousand will Read more about Life, Death, and Probability; Lessons Learned from a Mother with Cancer[…]

The Six Year Relationship

2015- 2016 started taking turns six years before. The journey began with the conversation that my mom and I had. I remember the day vividly. My brothers were playing outside, oblivious to the conversation that my mom and I were having. We sat down at the kitchen table, and she explained to me her latest Read more about The Six Year Relationship[…]