Category: Cancer

Pumpkin Spice & Everything Else

Pumpkin Spice & Everything Else

Fall is upon us. My Granddaughter is eight months old already, and it's time for scans.

When You Wish Upon a Star – My Magical Month of May!

When You Wish Upon a Star – My Magical Month of May!

May was a BUSY month! So many amazing milestones were reached I'm still not sure if they all happened. Every day I look at all the pictures taken over the last month & I thank the universe for allowing me to be a small part of it all. It all began with double graduations from … Continue reading When You Wish Upon a Star – My Magical Month of May!

Wildfire Magazine Shines a Light on Changemakers

Wildfire Magazine Shines a Light on Changemakers

Wildfire Magazine is the very first magazine by and for young women with breast cancer. Editor April Stearns published their February/March issue this past Saturday, February 1st. Each issue comes with a different theme as well as their regular issue features such as Reader Stories, Yoga & Recipes, and Tell Your Story. This issue shines … Continue reading Wildfire Magazine Shines a Light on Changemakers

Writers Block is Real

Writers Block is Real

Nine months. I have been relatively silent for the past nine months. Even now, as I begin, the words are difficult to find. So for record-keeping purposes today is Tuesday, November 26, 2019. It's 2:16 PM. The Circle of Life is a Never-Ending Tail-Spin Death is a part of life, and over the last 6 … Continue reading Writers Block is Real

Sometimes It Takes A Village

Sometimes It Takes A Village

There are certain times in our lives when we can't do it all on our own. It can be very frightening, especially when your life is literally on the line. What started out as dire situation last Friday afternoon, for my friend Amy, ended up being a testament to how people can pull together and … Continue reading Sometimes It Takes A Village

Adiós Gallbladder

Adiós Gallbladder

Following up on the previous post The Good News & Everything Else. As instructed, I completed two more tests that my GI doc scheduled in trying to identify the cause of my abdominal pain and weight loss. The first was an Abdominal Mesenteric Ultrasound w/Doppler. The second was an Upper GI w/Barium. If I never … Continue reading Adiós Gallbladder