Family and Friends of Alix Rice have worked on this incredible project for years – as a way to carry on the memory of the sweet, kind girl.
Yay! ANOTHER reason to celebrate Buffalo!
For Mindy Sauer, learning to live with a loss so great has been an uphill climb, one that takes work every single day, “I don’t know that the pain has gotten easier over the past three years. It’s changed. Or maybe I’ve changed. I suppose I’ve learned how to live with it.”
An awesome show put on by amazing skaters who’ve so hard!
“Grief isn’t going away. So you might as well learn to peacefully coexist.” Mindy on navigating her ‘new normal.’
UPDATE: Celebrate Ali’s legacy at Ali’s Rally at the Alley and help raise money and awareness for the importance of organ donation. WHEN: Saturday, March 25 -11 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Transit Lanes, 7850 TRANSIT Rd, Williamsville Proceeds to benefit Unyts Sometimes in life you meet people who change you. Who make you want to be […]
Living with grief doesn’t mean living with anger, “But anger is a cancer in itself. Left unchecked, it will literally eat you from the inside out.”