The start of a new training cycle is always exciting. It’s a time for setting lofty goals, getting butterflies in your stomach before workouts and investing in some serious new running gear without a trace of guilt. 270 more words
High school students raise over $3,000 for Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in Pennies for Pasta program
Students and staff at DeForest Area High School have raised $3,275 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Throughout the month of March, members of the school’s National Honor Society (NHS) partnered with the national Pennies for Pasta program to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. 127 more words
Keefe Gorman, a wealth management advisor with nearly 30 years of experience, serves as the managing director of investments at Merrill Lynch in Ithaca, New York. 171 more words
When my daughter Jane was diagnosed with cancer, I was thrust into an unimaginable reality. Until then, I lived in a sugar-coated world. One where kids lived to be adults and where I thought that moms and dads primarily needed to just worry about ensuring that their children ate healthy, were kind to others and did well in school. 1,436 more words
This morning as I was contemplating how to start my blog post, I couldn’t help but cry. And, I don’t mean that delicate, salty tear gently rolling down the cheek kind of cry – but the suffocating, take your breath away, knock you out at the knees, eyes swollen, face drowned in tears and salty residue type of cry. 815 more words