Mary has a passion for reading and writing. When she's not running the blog and social media accounts here at HooplaHa, you can find her playing, coaching, or watching softball, spending time with her family and close friends, watching movies, or (shocker) reading and writing.
Yum... it's Thanksgiving. We set you up with some tips to cooking the perfect turkey, now on to the carving! You may think it is easy... but you'd be surprised at how much meat you are actually missing. Executive Chef, Michael Luboff, for Stew Leonard's – the World's Largest Dairy Store and one of the most renowned grocery store chains in the U.S., gives some carving tips to make sure you savor every bit! Along with enjoying it, you want it to look presentable, too!
Jacob was diagnosed with high-risk neuroblastoma when he was 5. According to the American Cancer Society, only half of children diagnosed with the disease reach the five-year survival mark.
It's that time of year! We're excited. Are you?! Okay, we're not as excited as this boy, but if you need help getting into the holiday spirit just watch this video and that should help. At the very least, it will put a smile on your face... Just look at that face!
The holidays are a time to give thanks and be grateful for the things we have. This year HooplaHa - Only Good News wants to say thank you to these special kids - our heroes! Over the past year, we have met many people (and animals) with incredible stories and these three kids are part of the reason why we love doing what we do.
This family gave Evan a birthday surprise he'll never forget and you have to watch it! It made us smile so big!
Thanksgiving dinner is the most anticipated cooking/eating event of the year. But don't let the stress of creating a perfect meal get you down. Have a calm, stress free holiday and spend more time with your family by following these simple tips!
Caroline Chang's life completely changed in 2014, when her 15 month old son, Wes was diagnosed with stage IV high risk neuroblastoma.