Free At Last

"Nights in our desert were clear and cold," Aaron can hear elder Katherine's weathered voice whisper in his ear. They would stand on this humble knoll outside Thermal, CA, looking out over the valley towards the horizon for hours, drawing meager jackets in close to their chests to fend off the bitter wind swirling around … Continue reading Free At Last

Death of A Princess

This year at work I am experiencing the process of accelerated death in a young child, a sibling of one of the children in my program. She is seven. It is heartbreaking. I didn't know this child before her battle with an inoperable brain cancer, only pictures shared and stories told by her family. Pictures … Continue reading Death of A Princess