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To be continued...

Dear readers,

We Laugh was something so great to me. It was something I felt empowered to do; it was part of my mission in life. Because of this blog so many opportunities came into my life and I was able to reach hundreds of others who only enriched my life and made me a stronger person.

It's been a little over four years since I lost Nathan, and I am still searching for ways to share his legacy of friendship, of love, of caring about others, of service, of awesomeness, of so many different things Nathan left in my life to share with others.

Life is a never ending trip of ups and downs and all a rounds, and I'm right there in the mix of it all. I don't quiet know what my next step in life will be or what I am doing - but I am getting there. And We Laugh has been right there with me for the past four years.

I haven't written in here much because I have moved on in a way, if that makes sense. After I completed the 16-mile Out of the Darkness walk with AFSP in April 2015, I felt Nathan was telling me it was okay to move on. And you know what, it is. The past year has been difficult and challenging in many ways, but at the same time I have moved on in so many ways and I am so grateful for that. But a part of me will always still back with We Laugh - it will always be a part of me and me a part of you. We are each other.

Life is real, life is powerful, and because of that - we need each other. Don't forget that in a world filled with chaos. Please remember that.

As we continue on, one day I might pick up We Laugh or I might not...but for now I am saying goodbye, a type of see you later, folks.

My love, my devotion, and my words are needed in a different location, in a different place. And that's where I leave you now.

Thank you for being there for me, and for the laughter, most of all.

Peace.

Love,
Megan

Meet Chelsea


“Hello, is it me you're looking for?”

When Lionel Richie wrote this song he was interested in capturing a young woman's heart. Me? Well I already have one of those. Instead I'm looking for readers that are ready to make a change. I'm on a mission to help people find the courage to share their message. I want my readers to find their voice in a voiceless world. 

Start Where You Are


Dear readers, 

Today is a new day...well it is evening but you get my drift!

Today is the official relaunch of We Laugh. 

03.14.16

Dear readers, 

We Laugh is coming back.

Mark your calendars for 03.14.16. New bloggers, new stories, more laughter and a whole lot of goodness. 

Get ready, the best is yet to come! 

Love,
Megan

Project Survivor


Dear readers, 

I am a survivor of suicide.

On May 12, 2012 I lost one of my best friends to suicide.

It was late January 2012 when I met Nathan. The lights in my apartment had gone out and I needed to use a phone to call the electric company. I went over to Shane’s house and his roommate, who I had never met before, answered the door. That is the moment I met him. Nathan let me use his phone and waited patiently as the serviceman fixed the electricity.

Dear readers, 

Sometimes in life we have to take a minute and regroup what we are working towards to. And We Laugh is doing just that. We will be coming back soon, just bare with us as we regain our focus. We'll back soon. 

Love, 
Megan

A woman named Donny.


Dear readers,

Suicide was never an option in my life before May 12, 2012. I never really even thought about it. I thought it would never have a place in my life. But it did. It pounded into my life and took me for a ride I never thought before. It became very dear to my heart and soul. I fought for the next three years. I joined the ranks of volunteers with the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention. I held my own Walk for Suicide Prevention and this past May participated in the sixteen mile walk in Dallas. Over and over my life is changed because of individuals that I've met along the way. When I joined the thousands that participated in the walk, I met a woman named Donny.