Living in a Bubble

The greatest gift my parents ever gave me was travel. Visiting places like Mexico, Morocco, South Africa and India really opened my eyes. Parts of India had some of the most impoverished neighborhoods I had ever seen--I had never seen homeless families and children on the streets like that before. It made me realize how lucky I was and am to this day to have shelter and my family around me. Everybody has a story to tell. I don’t know what it’s like to live in poverty and that kind of hardship. I do know another kind of hardship though--health. Sometimes people assume that I live in a bubble. What they don’t always know is that I have struggled with health issues many times in my life. I alm

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