Crossroads In My Life

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

I’m at a crossroads in my life. I love working with children, they are so full of possibility and wonder. So it makes sense that I would naturally want to pursue a career in the childcare field. A degree would give me a chance to sharpen my skills, and provide me with new tools that would make me better able …

More Than Just a Beauty Drug

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The assurance of a more youthful appearance is very tempting to most people who feel the need to better themselves by undergoing cosmetic procedures. Doctors now offer many options for those people who choose to correct features they dislike. Taking advantage of these procedures can provide a much-needed boost to one’s self-esteem, making one look and feel better. ach department …

For Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day has always been focused around love and relationships. February 14th, seems to be set aside for the expression of feelings and showing that special someone how much you care for them. Traditionally, a gift is given to that certain someone. Usually the gift is used as a way to show deep sentiments of love and devotion. That is …

Diabetes: A Little Tidbit

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

Judging by the rise in public service announcements, there has also been a rise in cases of diabetes, particularly in children. Several factors increase the risk of developing the disease: age, weight, heredity and ethnic background. However, new technology is making living with the disease much less difficult than it has been in the past. ach department phone Diabetes is …

Volunteering With Horses

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

Most of the readers of Audacity Magazine know of my love of horses if they have read my previous articles. This past weekend, I was asked by my previous physical therapist to accompany her to her annual Kids Can Do, Inc. event. Kids Can Do is located in Mokena and Manteno, Ilinois. This facility offers physical, speech and occupational therapy …

Soulmate Search

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

I believe before a baby is born, they map out what kind of life they want to live, sort of like a blue print of every minor detail, they will have to overcome in their lifetime. This blue print includes a soul mate that they will have to meet up with at some point in their life. I always hear …

Equality In Love

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

I have heard many concepts throughout my life. So far, some are more influential than others. One saying that sticks in my mind, that people seem to forget, is that everyone is created equal. But, it seems as we grow older and get stuck in our ways, we soon forget that saying. Just as we grow older, we lose our …

Park Where You Belong

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

Have you ever really taken the time to notice the stares as you get out of your car? Lately, I have noticed after parking in a handicap parking place, people scrutinize to make sure you have a disability. I find it to be kind of funny because being disabled, I find myself doing the same thing. Unfortunately, we all know …

Look Ma! No Glasses!

In Columns, Features, Moments with Michelle by Michelle Henson0 Comments

Perfect vision–could it really happen in just a few short minutes with only a minor amount of discomfort? I’ve had glasses for as long as I can remember, and can never remember having perfect vision without the use of glasses. I have small eyes and could never get contact lenses into my eyes without losing them on the floor first. …