We can be everything your mother wanted, the girl who can talk sports with your dad, the girl who can feel wanderlust with your little sister and the one who can crack open a beer with the boys.
We know our “pleases” and “thank yous” being raised close to the south but we all have a friend from the big city who totally taught us how to talk back to somebody we didn’t like.
In the heart of the Midwest, one man facing deportation to Mexico has become a flashpoint for the debate over President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
Roberto Beristain has lived in Granger, Indiana, for nearly two decades with his wife, Helen Beristain, after illegally entering the country from Mexico.
She ended up deciding on something else, but she’s always been the perfect plus one.
She’s funny, smart, beautiful, witty and she can hold a conversation with just about anybody.
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So if you’re looking for a plus one to your wedding in June or if you’re looking for something a little more long-term, you can’t go wrong with an Indiana girl.“It’s easy to get lost in the details of a wedding, but at the end of the day, it’s about commitment to love and I wanted her to be there for this part of my life.” “I was just blessed by God that I was able to be there,” Cheryl Owens, 55, tells PEOPLE.Cheryl, who lives with her husband Mike Owens in Monrovia, Indiana, was diagnosed with stage-4 kidney cancer in October and although doctors removed the five-inch tumor in November, it had already spread to her lungs.“Think of the favorite themes of conservatism: hard work, small business ownership, suspicion of overbearing government, and support for family,” Buttigieg wrote.“Each one of those themes is at stake here — and each is insulted by the prospect of a person like Roberto being ripped away from his business, friends, wife, and children, by a federal agency.” However, under an executive order signed by Trump during his first week in office, many people like Beristain could be deported.