When I asked my friend Amy Ashworth to let me interview her for The Thersday Series, I first requested that she adopt me into her family. Her 8- and . . .
As long as I've known Ashley—and it's been the better part of 25 years—I've known a woman whose heart is for adoption. The desire to graft a child . . .
I can so clearly remember learning that my sorority sister and college dorm neighbor, Lindy, had been seriously injured during a ski trip in Wyoming. . . .
Dear Son, After months of evaluations, endless surveys, and professional opinions, you were diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder . . .
When my cousin Kensi miscarried in 2015, I shared my own experience of pregnancy loss with her, explaining just how quickly I had conceived again, . . .
It often takes a good friend to show us what we can't see for ourselves. Last month, I told a group of gals about this annoying thing that was . . .
I'd only known Britt—a warm, hospitable, lovely new pal—for a few months before she told me about her best childhood friend, Al. The story was so . . .
My friend Cathy and I have been neighbors and co-workers for over three years. Her daughter Becca, a first year at UVA, is adored by my children and . . .
Today's feature on The Thersday Series is so very tender. The truth is, Sarah and Savannah's story could be any of our stories. That's how random . . .
Mary Coleman has been a beautiful voice in the lives of women for decades, her daughters being the first recipients of her wisdom. I met Mary seven . . .