Entries by Saira Barajas

Emily’s Humble Heart

Those of us that have heard the saying, “give more than you take,” know that no matter what age you may be, it’s one of those morals the world screams at you while growing up, and it’s not always so easy. As humans, our initial reaction is almost always to take; that is, until we […]

Going Through Cancer.. Without A Diagnosis

Campaign One at a Time comes across a wide variety of people, whom have gone through many different situations. One of our recent new friends, Melissa Barajas, has quite the story. A lot of us have felt the heartbreak of a cancer diagnosis; Melissa, has felt that heartbreak multiple times throughout her life. At the […]

Taylor Lee, One Year Chemo Free!

For many, living with a cancer diagnosis and all that follows, can feel like an everlasting rollercoaster that doesn’t seem to have an ending. One of our past campaign kids, Taylor, has shown us that there truly is a stop to that rollercoaster; and what life looks like once you’ve jumped off that ride. May […]

Side Effects

“You Have Cancer” Is Not The Worst Part  More often than not, people think hearing the words “you have cancer” is the worst part of a diagnosis. Many who have been told those words will argue that what comes next is worse. Getting a diagnosis is the easy part. Having to change your life, your […]

Child Cancer Awareness

For many, September is the month of change; fall starts to set in, the holidays start to come about, and the cold seeps into the air. For some, the cold seeps in, but in a rather distinct manner. For many families, September represents the reality of childhood cancer. September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and […]

OAAT Child Updates

Someone once said, “You, are your only limit. Only you stop yourself from succeeding!” Our last few campaign kids have shown us, just that! Our last three campaign kids have been: Taylor, Martin, and Austin. All three have shown us what it looks like to face obstacles, to push through, and most importantly, what it […]

Spread Good Squad

As another year passes us by, everyone has a different way of reflecting on their 2017. Some people like to start with a clean slate, not ever looking back and only focusing on the future, while others like to look back at what they’ve achieved in the past year, smile, and get excited for what’s […]

Side Effects: The Journey of Cancer

More often than not people think hearing the words “you have cancer” is the worst part of a diagnosis. Many who have been told those words will argue that what comes next is worse. Getting a diagnosis is the easy part. Having to change your life, your schedule, your capabilities, your everything, is the hard […]