Deborah Fleischer’s story describes two great love stories; that of her parents and the one she longs for.
If you’ve ever wondered what someone was thinking and haven’t yet asked, Veronica Balseiro’s digital story suggests that perhaps the time is now.
Penni Gladstone’s compelling story is based on one incredibly powerful photograph. She explores lost promises, priorities and the power of savoring the small gifts of everyday life.
Pageant queens aren’t always known for a winning sense of humor, but Terri Tate is not your average pageant queen. Her beauty and wit are beyond compare.
What does beautiful mean? Mary Beth Campman’s story may change your answer to that question.
Jenny Coyle got more than she bargained for in the best possible way. This is her story of how unexpected friendships can affect us in the most wonderful ways.
Joan Bullen’s poignant and visually stunning story of her daughter’s graceful navigation of two dramatically different cultures.
Records, Prince, and “Purple Rain” create a shaky bridge over despair in this beautiful story by Shannon Jones.
Tolstoy wrote “Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself”. This was not the case for Amy Metzenbaum. Her’s is a story of personal transformation and finding one’s better self.
One small gesture changed how Gary Lam views the world. His powerful story captures that moment.