Goldilocks

She entered the unoccupied house. Tasting each of the three bowls on the table. She said, “This porridge is too hot. This porridge is too cold. This porridge is just right.” Trying three chairs, the same routine. Trying three beds, the same. Goldilocks was a trespasser, a thief, and a consumer of private property, who … Read more

Everything You Need To Know About Becoming A Surrogate

The practice of surrogacy is becoming increasingly common in the United States. In fact, 18,400 children were born from surrogate pregnancies between 1999 and 2013. Although surrogacy is an attractive option for people who can’t have children on their own, the process still remains a mystery to many. Today, Walking Through Life as Women discusses … Read more

Dose Of Mexico

As a kid, I would visit Mexico at least 3 to 4 times a year, sometimes even more. If we didn’t go to Mexico within the year, we felt incomplete. It was a longing for warmth and we had to get our dose of Mexico. On one of these many trips, I remember driving from … Read more