Live With Intention

Living in Las Vegas, I have done a lot of reflecting this last week, while also being so grateful that I and all of my friends are safe. I am so grateful that every person that I actually know that was in attendance at the Route 91 Festival made it out physically unharmed. Mentally is a whole … [continue]

Happy New Year!!

2015 certainly had it’s ups and downs, as any year does, however I am excited to be able to say that due to one choice I made at the end of October to take advantage of a free appointment I am ending my year much differently than the last 2! As many of you are aware, […]


Lasting Effects

It has been about a year and a half since I was hit by the baseball bat that I talk about here. To this day, my orbital rim is still broken which effects my day to day life. I am still limited on what activities I can do, what I can eat, how long I […]


New Year’s Update!

Happy new year! I figured it was time for an update! Unfortunately my orbital rim is still very much broken, so I am still limited on what I can eat and what activities I can do. No workouts for me yet and certainly no running!! What that means is the two 1/2 marathons that I […]


It’s Time for a Change

At the ER after being hit by a thrown bat at the Sept 2nd Arizona Diamondbacks vs Toronto Blue Jays baseball game.

On September 3, 2013, I joined a couple girlfriends for what was supposed to be a fun girls’ night out at the Arizona Diamondbacks game against the Toronto Blue Jays. When we saw where our seats were, we were all excited because we thought that they were great seats! You see, we were seated just […]


Our Road Trip to Moore, OK

Last weekend we took a road trip to Moore, OK to deliver the bears that our pageant sisters had collected.  While we were there we were given a tour of some of the areas hit by the tornadoes, stopped by and donated to a pet adoption event for displaced animals and had an incredible brainstorming […]


Memorial Day

This weekend I hope that you took a moment to stop and reflect on, and teach your kids about, what Memorial Day is. I am proud to say that I served our country.  I am also very proud of the fact that many people that I went to high school with have done the same […]


May 13, 2002

On May 13, 2002, my family experienced the first of our great losses.  My 21 year old brother, the youngest of the 3 of us, would be taken from us as a result of injuries he sustained from a car accident.  Danny had just finished his first semester in the Dramatic Writing program at NYU, […]


Found this on the web

Last night I did a google search on my name, just to see what was out there. I found a post I made on a site that had an email address for a site that I didn’t even remember ever owning, let alone developing. My mom put the domain into and not only did […]


March 5, 2006

I promised that I would tell more about who I am, and how I came to be that person.  March 5, 2006 is a day that will always live on, in both my head and my heart.  On March 5, 2006, I lost the second of my two younger brothers, Chris. You see, I was […]