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Happy Cancerversary!

Cancerversary is a ‘milestone defined by you’ according to the National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship #cancerversary.  That’s what June 22 is when I celebrate my survivorship from triple-negative breast cancer diagnosed in 2000. 912 more words

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The Chaos of Chemotherapy

Looking back once again, to 2008, and the most difficult days of my cancer treatments. Luckily for me, I have a reliable reference for my review. 1,054 more words


A Father's Care

I’ve thought a lot about a father’s care over the past six weeks as I’ve watched my son, Brooks become a father. You can see the joy, the weight, the responsibility, the wonder of his new role as he tenderly cares for his baby boy. 1,100 more words

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My Story Isn't Over

I’ve wanted to write blogs on so many subjects, at so many different times, but I haven’t. It’s an odd feeling, and one that I don’t know if I can adequately explain, but I will try. 601 more words

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Alaska Run for Women

We had a great time and I’m so grateful to be healthy and able to do this run with beautiful, strong and healthy women. I’m currently at 17 years, but in four months I’ll be at 18 years — as a survivor. 28 more words


June 1-3rd... A weekend with friends and family.

June 1st..

Friday is here! And this is the day my nephew Gray arrives. It is also the day that my friends Dustin and Sara join us.  864 more words

Daily Bread at Tibbett's Point

It was June and I was celebrating being a 10-year Breast Cancer Survivor, a decade since I’d heard the words, “You have cancer.”  I wanted to take my summer journey to a special place, the seventh solo trip that had turned into yearly pilgrimages.  848 more words

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