Does an autistic teenage girl pose enough of a risk to a plane full of people that it requires an emergency landing?
A United Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Salt Lake City to remove an autistic 15-year-old girl, after her parents told the flight crew that their daughter
I am currently 34 weeks pregnant. I am a mid twenty-something millennial, living at home, and pursuing my bachelor’s degree. Although I live at home rent free (a gift I can’t thank my parents enough for) I financially support myself in every other way. I pay my own insurance, car payment,
(Young Thomas and His Mother by Mary Cassatt)
One thing about having children and being a military family is that there is a lot of pressure to think about worst case scenario; or maybe that's just me – maybe I'm the only one who feels this kind of pressure.
It never fails. Every week I’m watching either Pretty Little Liars or MTV’s Finding Carter (yes, Mark, I’m aware I’m 30 years old and not a teenager, stop hating!) and there is always a part of an episode that sets me on edge. Underage Aria is about to hook up
You know Murphy's Law? “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong?” Sound familiar?
That guy's a dick.
As any military spouse – or indeed, any spouse of someone who travels frequently for work – will tell you, the shit always hits the fan once there's only one adult around to hold
I had just gotten done working out at the gym, and had stopped at the nearby Walmart to pick up some things for dinner. My four year old was at preschool, so I had a deadline, but trying to rush through a store with just one kid is still a