Entries by Saira Barajas

Survivor Spotlight: Al

I had the privilege of talking to Albert Young, and hear firsthand of his amazing journey. Al was diagnosed with Cranial Edwing’s Sarcoma at age seven. Due to his diagnosis, he had to undergo a year’s worth of chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery to remove the cancer in his head. He explains that his diagnosis was […]

Karen’s Garden

“Grief is like the ocean, it comes in waves, ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim.” – Vicki Harrison. Karen Floyd had to do what no parent should ever have to do. She had to say goodbye to her daughter. Her […]

The Meaning of One At A Time

One At A Time’s mission is to help and support children going through life altering illnesses. For some of us, being a part of OAAT is a way to reach out to our community, and make a difference in our society, one at a time. For others, it’s a reminder of a personal experience. Either […]

Taylor Lee’s Lemonade

On  Saturday, February 4th 2017, One At A Time hoped to make a little girl’s day. Taylor Lee, just 6 years old, had already made a difference in so many lives. Today, it was our turn to make a difference in hers. At the beginning of the day, Taylor was interviewed by Good Day Sacramento. […]