I absolutely love Las Vegas. Some of my best memories and worst choices call it home.
I’m heartbroken for the fun-seekers that lost their lives and for their families.
I’m haunted by the trauma that awaits those among the survivors that will never hear their favorite song the same way again.
I’m proud of the “helpers” and amazed by the photos of those beautiful people shielding loved ones from bullets with their own bodies.
Sandi is the award winning author of the groundbreaking essay, I Forgot to Vaccinate My Son, But He Caught Autism Anyway. What Gives? and the breathtaking memoir about sacrifice and regret, Would if I Could: The Struggle to Get My Impulsive Online Donation Refunded. Her inspiring tale of the brave and selfless attempt to donate $50 to an animal charity was one of the most controversial pieces in recent history.
Most famous for the world altering open letter to North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, that convinced him to abandon his nuclear ambitions for a free Amazon Prime subscription, she enjoys delving into the hot political issues of the day with other aspiring scholars on social media.
Although she’s been a target of the critics and elitists, she maintains a popular following on social media by posting inspirational quotes she’s stolen from funnier people and getting into public arguments with bots.
She lives a quiet, humble life at home with her husband, children and dogs in Katy, TX.