Adversity...this is something everybody tries to avoid. As humans, we want to live our lives as smoothly as possible but is that really living? Is having a life with no difficulties really a good life? I know that hardships suck. They sting like a vaccine but are incredibly necessary for us to grow. Yes, I know that is cliché but it is the fact. As many of you know, the past few weeks have not been amazing for me and a lot of people but NO ONE can change what is happening right now. We simply need to move on and make the most of it. When my mentor was diagnosed with cancer, my heart broke because one of my best friends was fighting for her life and as a result, she wasn't going to be able to mentor me at a full capacity. Now, I could have cried about it and given up on myself and others but I didn't do that. You see, I am the type of person that doesn't get bogged down when something bad happens. If I could stop my mentor from getting liver cancer, I would but I can't. She taught me to never give up and keep chasing my dreams so that is what I am doing. With that said, I do have some good news about my mentorship but I am going to wait to tell you guys what exactly is going on.