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A Long Overdue Thank You for a Priceless Gift

I’m ashamed.

As someone who prides herself on promptness, I am more than a little tardy. In fact, one might accuse me of being over a decade behind. 578 more words

This Happened To Me

An Ode to the LA Marathon

I love the LA Marathon. It’s the first marathon I ever finished. It wasn’t pretty. I was naive, didn’t really train, had ITBS, didn’t stop for water along the course, didn’t take any fuel, but I finished my first 26.2.  594 more words


Fellowes Selects Four Give Charity Choices for 2016

Fellowes has selected four charities to support for 2016 through their GIVE program. Through employee donation and volunteerism, Fellowes looks forward to helping these organizations help others. 230 more words


A New Vaccine Could Make Stem Cell Transplants Safer

Stem cell transplants offer a lot of promise for treating or curing patients who’ve exhausted their therapeutic options. However, there are some potential risks associated with putting stem cells into the human body such as cancer and infection. 656 more words

Stem Cells

3rd Transplanniversary, Pharmacandidates, Jared's Pacific Plunge and a Misfit Tree

I can’t believe I’m writing this, but it’s been THREE years since my transplant!  Everything I’ve been able to do these past three years is… 854 more words

Health Humor

Celebration Time

On Sunday, 6 December I had the pleasure of being the guest speaker for Pastor Chris Kleinsmith and City of Hope’s 3rd Year Anniversary. Pastor Chris was one of the 6 pastors who came from South Africa to visit the U.S. 204 more words

Mission Trips

Today Perfectionism Loses

I just got back from visiting my friend of 24 years. We had a nice long talk together in her (brand new and awesome, owned by her and her fiancé) kitchen. 889 more words