By Sherien Sobhy About a year ago, I was out to lunch with my cousin at one of our favorite restaurants. I was starving and eagerly awaiting my food when I saw the waitress coming our way. To my horror, shamelessly placed next to the main course were sliced pineapples. How dare they ruin a
(From the editor: Ms. Keller lost her two young children in a traffic accident in 1991 . She knows grief, she has dealt with it — to this day.) One of the most important things we can do for ourselves when we’re going through a difficult crisis is seek out help from others who have
Well it’s almost a unicorn, but it will do!