Live Theatre Performances, Anyone?
The Majestic Theatre & Charline McCombs Empire Theatre both have a new Accessibility Initiative that opens up the doors for many individuals who love live performances. These theatres have joined arms with KultureCity to improve their “ability to assist and accommodate guests with sensory needs.” When I received the invitation to attend the “Mean Girls” performance at Majestic Theatre to experience their new accessibility features, I was thrilled to accept and share my experi
About Saturday Night …
How do I say “Thank you” to Any Baby Can of San Antonio (ABC) for such an honor as receiving the Angel Advocate Award last Saturday evening at the Angel Affair 2022? There are not enough words! However, I will take some thoughts from my speech that night and let you in on what my heart felt for the amazing people I have had the joy of advocating with for more than 8 years. There were so many people in that room that I love deeply. Chris and I were seated with Honorary Chair,
No One Died!
I traveled last week to beautiful Seattle, Washington to visit our oldest daughter. As I began to plan, I was feeling really good about my trip and excited to spend time with Jessica and her growing dog, Moxie. I had booked the flight weeks earlier and tucked the details away in my phone. The day before my flight, I ordered my in-flight food and placed my boarding pass securely in my wallet. I was ready and set! But on the day of my flight, things changed for me. I was flying
Summer SAD is a real thing! Here are some tips to help.
We have all heard how Seasonal Affective Disorder - SAD - affects us in the dreary winter months, but did you know that in warmer climates, like Texas, it can hit during summer? Hi y’all, I am Susan, I’m a mom of 3 young adults, and I work with Juli behind the scenes on In Our Arms Blog. While she is taking a week off to rest and recharge, I wanted to share this article by Nicole Villalpando in the Austin-American Statesman that I recently came across that was an ah-ha moment
The Book and Its Cover
There are many aspects of personality that may not appear apparent on the surface. As a physician, many folks have a perspective of me as a serious, taciturn person. My medical practice very often places me in life-or-death situations, and I frequently must have hard, difficult conversations with patients and families. I am introverted and would prefer sitting in a quiet room with quiet music while reading a book. But to say that is all that I am, or that fully encompasses my