The Girl That Changed Everything

Mila was born 10 years ago in Boulder, Colorado to an adoring mother named Julia Vitarello.  Beautiful and energetic from the start, Mila was a little girl whose personality drew others in naturally.  Even as a three-year-old, she used her captivating smile, repertoire of Frozen songs and her soft touch Read more…

Sorrow

Our small, closely knit, rare disease community lost one of our heroes. I have contemplated sharing this information because frankly, it makes it hard to breathe. When I saw the other mother’s post, my mind nearly imploded with grief and fear. I tried to push it out of mind so Read more…

Gratitude

The start of 2021 is beginning with nothing but positivity, joy and a strong belief that miracles happen every day.  Rather than list a slew of resolutions that may or may not be feasible (as COVID taught us),  I have decided to start the year with simple gratitude.  I have Read more…

The Greater Good

2020 has been nothing short of a dumpster fire of a year.  I kept joking that Biblical locusts were about to descend upon the world.  The joke was pretty funny until videos of locusts taking over the Middle East interrupted my nightly celebrity news on Page Six.   But what Read more…

Golf Tournament

The 1st Inaugural Milestones for Maxwell Golf Tournament will be held on August 17th, 2020 at Fossil Trace Golf Course in Golden, Colorado. We have another EXCITING announcement!  The fabulous and talented Denise Plante from The Bull 106.7  will be judging our #MulletsforMaxwell contest! People may enter the contest digitally Read more…

Striving for Mediocrity

Learn to be Thankful for What you Already Have, While you Pursue all that You Want – Jim Rohn          A month ago, I sat in the waiting room as Maxwell finished up his horse therapy session.  Gone are the days where his episodes of jerky, uncontrollable movements could be confused Read more…