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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!

It’s 2020 and the Whole World is on House Arrest

It’s 2020 and the Whole World is on House Arrest

Like so many, I had high hopes for 2020. Super high hopes actually and not just because of the obvious this upcoming November. Hubs and I have birthday's six months apart with mine being the first. A fact he is quite happy to remind me of every . chance . he . gets. There were … Continue reading It’s 2020 and the Whole World is on House Arrest

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

Solar Powered Florida Adventures

Solar Powered Florida Adventures

Last week I did something I rarely do but realized I should really do more of - I took a mini vacation. The two days in Albany and the press that followed after took more out of me than I realized. I was exhausted. So, when the opportunity came for me to travel to Florida … Continue reading Solar Powered Florida Adventures

Something To Look Forward To

Something To Look Forward To

In April, at The Lowes Philadelphia Hotel in Philadelphia, PA, an organization called Living Beyond Breast Cancer will be holding their 9th annual convention for those living with Metastatic disease. I have decided to go and with the help of a travel/lodging grant I can. Much to my surprise the grants are funded by none … Continue reading Something To Look Forward To