President Trump and Melania Trump have tested positive for Covid-19.
Where There Is Hope, There Is Life
“His eyes shot wide open and he looked at me with as much joy as someone in his condition could. I told him his wife and daughters loved him and are rooting for him. He squeezed my hand and then gave me a thumbs up.”
“One of the things he insisted on keeping were a couple boxes of masks. MASKS. Not just any mask, but military-grade, N-95 masks. His brother had given the masks to family members after saving them from a surplus sale at Camp Williams in Utah. There were thousands.”
Friends, As schools close, businesses shutter and individuals isolate, it can be challenging to find the good in America. To find the good in one another. As the pandemic deepens throughout the country, Love What Matters will continue to showcase the good within us all. To focus on the heroes. To view the world through …
Politicians, Community Leaders and Business Leaders: What Should You Do and When?
Updated Tuesday, 2/25/2020: Here are the latest developments about the Coronavirus outbreak: Asia, Europe and the Middle East have reported new outbreaks, sparking fears of a global pandemic. The spread of the virus in China seems to be slowing. “We are asking the American public to prepare for the expectation that this might be …
“I pulled into a Dunkin Donuts parking lot and tried to call him. His phone was off. When I made it home, nothing was out of place. Except my husband was gone. Large bar tabs appeared on our statements. Girls’ phone numbers came up on our records. The following week, he agreed to meet me at the park. ‘I want a divorce.’ He was cold, emotionless. I refused, which made him angry. I obsessed looking for something that may have led to this. Some sort of sign. He offerred no explanation.”
“Our thoughts of having a second child were buried under years of trauma. Until one day. ‘Kylee, I want a baby.’ That sparked something inside me I never thought would happen again. 4 days after my transfer, I took a pregnancy test expecting nothing. There was a very faint second line. ‘This has to be a fluke.’ My heart began racing. A different kind of panic ensued.”
“I never talked about FA with friends, classmates, or professors. I exhausted myself doing so much walking around campus, attempting to keep up and pretend everything was ok. I had tunnel vision; walking on my own was all I cared about… until I had no choice.”