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  • Clair Rhodes
    Published 2 years ago
    The People Who Changed My Life, I Call Them Mom and Dad

    The People Who Changed My Life, I Call Them Mom and Dad

    Adoption is special. Adoption helps kids have a chance in the world to be loved and to be happy. If I wasn't adopted who knows where I would be. Definitely not here talking to all of you wonderful people about my adoption story. Let me begin...
  • Naima Elmi
    Published 2 years ago
    Being Told I Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    Being Told I Have Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

    When I was growing up I never really paid much attention to when my monthly period would come. I always had painful cramping but after I turned 18 they seemed to get worse. My mum advised that I start writing down the date when I get my period, I started this in 2012 by simply writing it on my iPhone notes. Soon I noticed that my periods were super irregular but I did not think much of it at the time, I just thought that was why some months were more painful than others.
  • Kerri Wood
    Published 2 years ago
    The Beginning of the Big

    The Beginning of the Big

    One of my earliest memories is of my mom and dad bringing my sister home. I don't recall seeing her in the hospital at all. I just remember mom bringing her through the door and laying her on the couch. She would push a chair against the couch so she wouldn't roll off. I asked multiple times if I could hold her and the response was always negative. I might drop her or break off the cord that was to remain attached until it was time to fall off.
  • Miss Kali
    Published 2 years ago
    Oh Christmas Time, Oh Christmas Time

    Oh Christmas Time, Oh Christmas Time

    PS. This is not my tree. My tree doesn't look anything close to this good, and the star fell off. I found this image on Google, so whoever took it, good job.
  • Shante Hernandez
    Published 2 years ago
    My Husband

    My Husband

    What can I say about my husband? He is one of my best friends. I don't know what I would do without him. I remember the first time we officially met. It was November of 2009, I was talking to some of my friends before we went to class. And then my friend Cody said,"Hey Shante, Colorado is looking at you." I turned around and saw this tall guy with curly hair walking all smooth towards me. I kinda cringe at him and then asked my friends,"Who is that guy?" "All I know is his brother is named Caleb and that he is in Cross Country. Since his brother's name starts with a C, maybe his name starts with a C also." So my friends and I start blurting out names. "Carlos!" shouted Cody. "Chuck!" I shouted after Cody. Then Joe decided to be funny and shout out, "Roberto!" Cody and I laughed and shook our heads. Then I turned around, and there he was staring into my eyes. He put out his hand and said, "Hi, my name is Charles." I turned back to my friends, and we just shook ours heads and said,"Not even close." Fast forward to senior year in high school. We became REALLY close friends. He would greet me with a hug every morning. As a gentleman, he would be 5 minutes late to every class just so he could walk me to my classes. We liked each other very much. But we went different ways. We dated different people who were not a very good match for us. Then it happened, July 28th, 2011, we started dating. Our journey of dating had ups and downs. We broke up and got back together so many times. And then we decided work together to help our love get strong again. When our love started to get strong again, he surprised me and proposed to me. It was our last day in June 2015 at our home church, and as we were saying goodbye to our friends and family. He took my hand and said,"Honey, I didn't think that our love journey would come to this. I love you so much. And I don't wanna live another day without you in my life." That is when he took my hand, got down and one knee and said,"Shante Briana Johnson, will you do the honor and be my wife?" All I could do is cry and cry. I finally shook my head and said,"YES!!" Now it is our wedding day, 3 months later. Our families are sitting outside waiting for me to walk down the aisle. My dad took my hand and walked me down to my soon to be husband. As we said our vows, all I wanted to do was kiss him and go on our honeymoon. When they finally announced us husband and wife, we thanked everyone and we went on our honeymoon. Then a week or two after our honeymoon, we found out we were expecting.(Little did I know I was 2 1/2 months pregnant with our son Joseph). April, 2016, our son was born into the world. My husband really helped me through everything with our son. Then we had our daughter in August, 2017. I don't know what I'd be doing if it was just my kids and I. My husband has been there for me for everything. My happiness, sadness, and anything you can name. I have to say, I have the best husband in the world. I love you Charles Hernandez! Thank you for being an awesome husband and an amazing father to Joseph and Isabella. We love you!
  • Kyle Pham
    Published 2 years ago
    Middle Child of 3 Boys

    Middle Child of 3 Boys

    Hi, I am Kyle, I am 26 and I still do not have a college degree whatsoever. I am truly lost in this world and have no clue what I will be doing with my life. I am sure your story is different or can be similar to mine. I have a lot of people saying to me, "You are 26, you should be done with school and living life" or "I don't want to date someone who doesn't have a degree." Or "Your family is rich, there is no excuse because you are rich." There were people who also said, "Yeah, I had a bad childhood too, my parents didn't let me go out, but I was able to join clubs so I did." Well....here's my story.