Many grandparents play an vital function within the lives of their grandchildren and that’s true for Rachael Cusick, the author of this week’s Trendy Love essay. Ms. Cusick was 6 when her mom died of most cancers. Her 65-year-old grandmother rapidly turned a surrogate dad or mum to her and her 4 siblings. Years later, when her grandmother’s medical doctors discovered a tumor in her kidney, it was Ms. Cusick’s flip to placed on a courageous face and step into the supportive function that her grandmother as soon as held.
Yoelvis Valdez and Anabel Santeliz, who met in 2012, said their decision to get married was the easy part of their journey together. Despite a hurricane that ruined their proposal plans, the pandemic that caused them to postpone their wedding and the groom’s recovery from a rare form of cancer, this couple faced every obstacle with one goal in mind: to make it down the aisle. On Oct. 23, in a friend’s backyard, they finally had their long-awaited wedding.
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Thanksgiving is upon us, but for many of us, large family gatherings are out of the question this year. While technology could never replace the joy of connecting with family, friends and loved ones in person, here’s how to digitally reimagine the holiday, with all the traditions you love, and a few new ones.
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