Here’s one of the hundreds of feral dogs we saw roaming the streets in Bangladesh. And all of them looked like they could be Chuck’s long lost brother or cousin. The trainer we used in LA did say that if every dog in the world mated that the puppies would look just like Chuck.
I became known as the Cow Lady on the trip to Bangladesh because whenever we saw a cow, and that was often, I had to stop and take a picture. There just aren’t many cows roaming the streets of Salt Lake City like they do in that country. One cow got very upset that I [...]
Now more than ever in my life I understand that a fundamental part of what it means to be human, what makes us human, is the obligation we have to take care of each other. The health and well being of our neighbor increases our own well being and in turn increases the well being [...]
Here I am at the screening of Christy’s film with the group who traveled with her to Bangladesh. Erin next to me is the executive producer of Every Mother Counts, then Julie who is CEO of Lifeway, and of course Christy. They now feel like friends I met at camp, friends who share very specific [...]
Hey! How you doin’? So, tomorrow I’m headed out of town, and then out of the country to another continent in another hemisphere. A couple of months ago, Christy Turlington asked if I’d like to join her as a guest to visit maternal health clinics in Bangladesh with her organization Every Mother Counts. We’ll also [...]