“May I take your order?” For most people, it’s a simple question; these aren’t words that would generally elicit an intense emotional response. But for Cynthia Walker, those five words brought her joy many of us cannot begin to understand.
Full of spirit and spunk, by nearly all accounts, Andi Jones is a typical 13-year-old girl. She goes to school with her friends, makes funny videos of her dog, is an all-star softball player and lives outside of Atlanta with her family
Millions of Americans – 50 percent of the country, in fact -- will set New Year’s resolutions. Despite the best of intentions, only eight percent actually keep them. But according to two experts, the secret to success might be in setting achievable goals, rather than resolutions.
If you’re among the more than 70,000 college football fans traveling to Atlanta over New Year’s weekend to watch the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide and the Pac-12 champion Washington Huskies square off in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, your trip won’t be complete without a couple extra days to explore the city.
As a patient at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, days are filled with a lot of rules, from strict medicine schedules to countless doctor appointments. But on a recent Saturday at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, there were only two rules that really mattered.