Monthly Archives: May 2019

The week of May 12th is National Police Week, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving invites you to join us in thanking the law enforcement officers working all over America to protect our roadways. With their line of work, it’s hard to...
On May 14, 1988, a school bus carrying 67 people, nearly all of them children, was returning to Radcliff, Ky. from a church youth group field trip to an amusement park. While they were driving through Carroll County, Ky., a...
The doorbell was ringing. It was 1:30 am on Thanksgiving morning 2017.  You see, just a few minutes before that I received a phone call from one of my daughter’s friend telling me, “Emylee was in a car accident and...
When Nicole Rosen was 16-years-old, she and her sister went to dinner and out dancing. Nicole wasn’t drinking, but her 20-year-old sister was. When it was time to leave, Nicole tried to take the keys from her sister, but she...
This Mother’s Day, like most holidays, will bring with it an acute awareness of our family’s missing piece. Nineteen years ago, a drunk and marijuana impaired teen driver killed my firstborn child and only daughter. Helen Marie made me a...