“Trust me, I was shocked too. I can’t count how many times I had to explain he wasn’t adopted, wasn’t my stepson, and wasn’t albino. That I was his mom – not the aunt, Godmother, or the nanny.”
“I remember that phone call vividly. Her voice was shaky. My husband was away on a 2-week rotation with the Navy. Without hesitation he responded, ‘Go get her. You go get our baby.’ So, I did.”
“He says, ‘Is it okay if Michael and I distribute the money evenly between other homeless veterans we know?’ I asked, ‘You all are veterans?’”
“After 1 year, 7 months and 4 days, I got to surprise my son. All was right in the world for 14 hours. And, then it happened. He had to leave. It all came back. Panic. Fear. Tears. Why did he have to go?”
“Women don’t ask to be equal, we already are equal. Women simply want others to acknowledge that equality.”
“I’ve never seen a piece of needle that’s broken off and left in someone’s spine. Never seen it. Never heard of it. It’s outrageous,” her attorney said.
“I remember receiving a text from Cassie about Ryan being a victim of the July 10 military plane crash in Mississippi. I fell into a heap on the floor.”