Let’s face it. Waitresses don’t make an awful lot. Even if you’re a Super Waitress, sometimes those tips just don’t go very far. Chelsea is a waitress at Spring St. Smokehouse and has raised her younger sister since she was a little girl. She has battled an eating disorder and runs a non-profit group that helps others with eating disorders through yoga.
Since Temperance Pattinson was only 3 years old, she has been participating with an organization to help raise money for war veterans. Now, she is 5 and doing the same thing for veterans, but she had never even met one until a few months ago.
Charly’s parents realized soon after his birth that she had a hearing problem, because she was not reacting in any way to sounds. She was going to need a hearing aid pretty quick. And she got one. When they turned it on, her reaction was awesome.
For Cara Simmons, it was just an ordinary day. Or so she thought. Cara worked as a professional cleaner, making trips to clients’ homes to take care of their cleaning needs. She worked so hard that she hadn’t had a day of in years, and she was raising three kids at the same time. Exhaustion was just a part of the job.
Moms have an amazing knack when it comes to dealing with stress from the kids. Well, at least they can sometimes make it look easy. One child, then the other… and the stress piles on. But no matter the chores for the day, her babies are her priority. Sometimes, she’s SuperMom, and truly is amazing.
Claribel is very fashion-oriented, but her longtime boyfriend, Brandon … not so much. As a matter of fact, he’s extremely laid back with long hair and the most casual of clothes. So Claribel took him to the Rachael Show, where she wanted him to get the makeover of his life.
Melissa Mainier was working as a waitress at a Peachtree restaurant in Harrisburg, Pa. She was hoping to make enough money to pay off her student loans that were carrying her through nursing school. But those debts sure seemed like climbing a mountain and Melissa was unsure if she would ever be able to get through it.
Just how far would you go to get a job done at home? For Jimmie Cox, a utility worker just outside of Fort Worth, Texas, going pretty far is pretty much what he does. When a home’s water pipe broke over the summer, Jimmie came out to see if he could fix the problem.
Peter had served with the U.S. Marines for some time, and when he finally went home, he started suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depression. His mom was worried. So were his friends and the rest of his family.
Lucy Stevens of Louisiana couldn’t sleep one night. She was tossing and turning and it just wasn’t going to happen. So she got up and started talking to her adult son, Lance, in the kitchen. Then, it happened. Their song came on the radio.