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Navigating a Rough Road

Driving south on I-95 toward my solo journey to Jekyll Island, Georgia, I was reminded of my struggle in that toxic research job.  When I passed the exit for Lumberton… 635 more words

Into a Life

When I was diagnosed with cancer, I was already in a fight for my life—my professional life.  I’d left my secure job as a school nurse to give clinical research a try.  604 more words

Forgotten tune

Forgetting the words I hum this tune.

Sweetly it plays with my heart strings as I walk in the moon.

Moments of hope and happiness return as for the songs words I yearn. 39 more words



Today is my cancerversary. I was diagnosed with breast cancer one year ago today.

Breast Cancer Survivor

Transported Beyond Cancer

It’s been seventeen years since I heard the words, “You have cancer.”

Now the waiting room, which had always had an acrid smell of chemo drugs, doesn’t make me nauseous.  626 more words

Women Traveling Alone


**Warning this post is meant to show that if you want you can see the good in even the worst of situations. This is in no means a post to say that getting cancer is a good thing or that you should try to go out and get cancer (because that’s crazy!).** 886 more words

My Breast Cancer Journey

Choosing to be a Family of 3

My husband and I got married in January of 2014 after 3 years of dating. It was a day I’ll never forget and while I wish we’d done a couple things differently on the actual day, I was so happy to marry my best friend, I didn’t even care. 537 more words

My Breast Cancer Journey