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Day 15: Memorial Day 

No matter your political, religious, whatever background, Please join me in thanking and honoring those who have fallen in service to our magnificent country. Today is for those fallen and their loved ones. 361 more words

Why is it only now that things change?

I’m not sure how to feel. I’m not sure how to act or what to do. The day you told me you had bone cancer.. to us both, they were just words with no real meaning. 307 more words


Someday soon

Monday 30th May

Someday soon, I know there’ll be
A few more smiles than tears.
It’s what people keep telling me
But I know it’ll probably be years. 97 more words


Astro Doings June 2016

Hi Everyone

The planet that stands out for me in June is Neptune. Attention all Pisceans – this is your ruling planet and she will be at 120 Pisces the entire month. 377 more words

Graduation 2016 "Sto1k6d"Mid-Pacific Institute

I was diagnosed August 6, 2012 with Stage 3C Ovarian Cancer and now almost 4 years later (3.789 years but who’s counting?)…I am watching my son graduate. 159 more words


Your miracle story could be a trigger

In honor of Memorial Day, I want to touch on a subject that has become deeply personal ever since the death of my father: the practice of praising God for saving a loved one’s life, healing a disease, diverting a tornado, or dissolving any other dangerous situation, supposedly in the name of “having a plan” for that person. 519 more words


What I Think about Hopelessly Imperfect by Gabriela Cabezut

Hopelessly Imperfect The Imperfect Series Book I


Cancer is a beast. 
It’s ugly, savage, and has no mercy.
Cassie learned this all too well while watching her mother slowly deteriorate, one agonizing day at a time…
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