"Brandon and I were at our high school team's basketball game that night, we got a text from our dad that my mom was in the hospital and they found out she had a brain tumor. Not just any brain tumor, but a stage 4 Glioblastoma."
Cara shares her mothers story of living a full and loving life, in spite of a terminal diagnosis.
Driving to work this past Tuesday it was a day that seemed to start off as any other. I turned on the radio to KLove, hoping to begin my morning with a worship song. As I sipped my morning coffee and listened to the announcers banter about black Friday shopping statistics, my mind began to wander. The noise of the radio faded into the background as thoughts that I wrestle with on a daily basis took prominence in the forefront of my mind. You know the thoughts – I messed up….again! I can’t do...
As I sit here wondering how in the heck I am a senior in college, planning out
my future, I find myself wishing I could start over my college experience all over
again. I don’t say that because I have regrets (which I absolutely do) but because
Virginia Tech has brought me so much happiness over the years, that I would do
anything to do my last 4 years all over again. The saying “college is the best 4 years
of your life” has been 100% accurate for me. But, when I look back, I realize the