We’ve all heard the phrase, “Give me one good reason,” and most likely in the context of your parents warning you before turning the car around.
A more positive take on that would be the reason behind your motivation to get up in the morning and take on another day. The one good reason you have to face challenge after challenge and still keep moving. The one good reason you can get knocked down or thrown sideways by all of life’s curveballs and still find hope. Usually, that one good reason is a person.
And for Tasha, her reason is Nyla.