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My Mother Part III

Have you ever wondered where you mother gets her love for you?  Is it natural, or did it grow stronger and stronger over time?  Or do you look at someone else’s mother and wonder if she’s nurturing to everyone, or if she is just acting out her role as a mom?   361 more words


Saying Good-Bye

The thought of saying good-bye to someone or something most often baffles people. No one can quite grasp the steps on how to let go of a loved one, a friend, a dog, or someone meaningful that was once in their life.  711 more words

Coming out of the Ether of diagnosis and what the hell was I going to do now?

It was the fall of 2005 and I was diagnosed with Follicular Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Up to this point I had done quite a bit of research and had a good general knowledge of the various Lymphomas. 506 more words

My Journey With Cancer

Thursday, August 21, 2014

I went to Survivorfit class tonight. Several of the survivors brought their husbands with them tonight. They allow you to bring a support person with you for free. 308 more words

The ups and downs

Today…. I feel… I don’t even know how to feel

For people close to me, they know my personal battles I have also faced, and today it all just feels too much. 130 more words


Great Review of CafePress

Since my Aunt was diagnosed in July with Small Cell Lung Cancer, I decided that I wanted to show her as much support as I possibly could. 213 more words


Cut to the chase.

I just started this blog a few moments ago, as an outlet for a lot of different things. But the big one is weighing on me and want to start with that one. 70 more words