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5. Butterflies and/or Bees (Week 49)

One tiny butterfly shows what it means

To have enduring courage and dignity,

So that even when the wind takes it in an unknown direction, 136 more words

52 Week Photo Challenge

Sighs to Heaven - I Get By With a Little Help From the Dead

Last night I met my friend Carolyna for a run on the river trail. She had to do 3 miles, I only wanted to do 2 miles. 649 more words

[WATCH] Leah Still Celebrates Being Cancer Free

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Leah Still, the daughter of NFL player Devon Still, recently celebrated beating cancer. It was so adorable. To celebrate Leah made a touchdown run at Temple University’s spring exhibition game. 7 more words

Entertainment Buzz

Belle Gibson and Social Media Con Artists

Belle Gibson and Social Media Con Artists. In Steve and Ben’s new episode of SciTech Culture they discuss the extraordinary story of Belle Gibson who successfully took so many online for fools with her fake heart-warming cancer battle story.  137 more words

Technology

I Made It Through Another Hurdle

My last blog post was written out of fear. Out of fear for that fact that I had just received my operation date.

For those of you that don’t follow my blog, (as I have been MIA for a while) when I was first diagnosed I was told my tumours were inoperable and that it would be too risk to try and surgically remove my cancer. 306 more words

Cancer

Book Review -- Fight Back With Joy

Today I am reviewing “Fight Back With Joy” by Margaret Feinberg.

I have looked forward to reading this book for months.

It was published in early January, and I purchased it as soon as it was available. 313 more words

Becoming A Better Christian

Memories in The Back of My Closet

As I laid in my childhood bedroom on the first morning of this New Year, staring at the pale blue walls, which once had been painted brilliant orange, so long ago in 1972, I remembered I had written something on my closet wall when I was 12. 1,373 more words