#Butterfly Kisses: The Big Pink Bus

This week we give our #ButterflyKisses to The Big Pink Bus, because of the vital mobile mammography services they provide to communities across Texas. Imagine this. Your neighbor tells you that she has never had a mammogram, but can’t afford it because of her current...

#ButterflyKisses Carrying To Term

Carrying To Term is dedicated to providing non-directive information on pregnancy continuation for prenatal diagnoses of life-limiting conditions. By broadening access to evidence-based resources and compassionate logistical and emotional support, we empower women and...

#ButterflyKisses: Family Connects Texas

People all over the world are working to change lives every day. Iron Butterflies Project loves to honor organizations that make a significant difference by doing important and vital work to help people #flyforwardtogether.  We want to dedicate this #ButterflyKisses...

Austin Center for Grief and Loss

Today, we honor the work of Austin Center for Grief and Loss. They provide both individual and group counseling, support groups and workshops. They also have peer support groups where members who have experienced losses share their grief journey and offer strategies...

Emma J. Bell/Eric Hogdon

Today’s #butterflykisses is Emma’s interview with Eric Hogdon. Eric’s 15-year old daughter Zoi, committed suicide in 2014.  Keeping her memory alive by sharing her story fills him with warmth because he knows she’s always a part of their lives and hearts...

Emma J. Bell/Joseph Oubelkas

Emma J. Bell/Joseph Oubelkas Today’s #butterflykisses is Emma’s interview with Joseph O.  He says he had a great youth and got his degree and started his own IT company by the age of 20.  By 24, he was working successfully for a client in Morocco, which was the land...

Emma J. Bell/Kia Scherr

Emma J. Bell/Kia Scherr Today’s #butterflykisses is Emma’s interview with Kia Scherr. Kia was visiting Florida when she heard on the horrific news that her husband and 13-year old daughter, who were in India, were attacked and gunned down by terrorists in Mumbai. When...

Emma J. Bell/Lee Davidson

Today’s #butterflykisses is Emma’s interview with Lee Davidson.  From the age of six, Lee was exposed to drugs in her family. At eight, she skipped school to take care of her brothers because of the drugs, guns and violence in her family. This soft spoken thriver also...

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