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Team in Training: Why I run

A few weeks ago, I signed up for Team in Training.  For me, it’s one of the most exciting things I’ve ever done, but also one of the scariest. 1,174 more words

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#StepUp and Express Yourself - like Ava!

Today, we #StepUp with Ava’s mom Gina, who brings us the story of her brave daughter’s battle with lymphoma. Kids like Ava are little artists, musicians, and authors with so much to learn and share with the world. 801 more words

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Back-To-School fashion statements for a good cause

(PIX11) – If you shop at Burlington Coat Factory now through October 4, you can donate to the leukemia and lymphoma society. 19 more words

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The C-Word...

Last year, my mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 Diffuse Large B-Cell Lymphoma. It was highly aggressive and seemed to spread like wildfire. The kids weren’t sure what to make of the doctor appointments, blood draws, PET scans, chemo treatments and nurses in the beginning. 261 more words

Cancer

Unprocessed film and news from my recent consultation

The fact that there was still an unprocessed film from my week in Cornwall at the end of June is testament to the amount of pleasure I am getting out of my photography at the moment. 442 more words

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Thoughts on Missing Jerry

My husband Jerry is in California visiting family. Three days gone, eight to go. I behave differently when he is away: I watch a lot less TV and read more, for example. 848 more words

No offense meant....and no offense taken...

If you had asked me a few months ago, I would have said “Yes, of course, Kyle and I have thousands of good friends” that we have made over our last 11 years together. 2,307 more words

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