As the Train Passes

My husband and I agreed from the beginning that we would raise our brain tumor survivor the same way we would his older sister. There would be ...

Overcoming the Port Access

Access. When I used to hear that word, I would think of a secret little route to get onto the highway quicker. Access. It’s like a special pr...

I Had to Stay Strong

This is the part 4 of Taylor’s story. If you missed the first 3 parts, visit the pages below. I knew I had to stay strong for Jaimie and my fam...

An Unfortunate Coincidence

Four years ago at Camp Mak-A-Dream, I met my good friend Jaimie, and we spent every day together. She was artistic and loved dragonflies. When ...

I Will Always be the Baby

This post was originally published on Taylor’s CaringBridge webpage. Well, I think I’ve definitely maintained my name as the “baby” of ...

What Bravery Means to Me

Written by David Dykes, father of 9-year-old Connor, a brain tumor survivor. To even begin this, I have to explain my history: I’m a Marine i...

The November of Grief

November is a hard month. It’s the time of year when the cold winds of winter blow the brilliant color of October away. The sky turns from vi...

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