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This Road

Over the course of the last four months, I have processed my grief on this blog. I have done my best to keep the focus on Emily as much as possible, but the ever-present reality is that she isn’t here anymore; at least not in the same way she was before. 392 more words

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Hallelujah

Those who know me are aware that I come from a background of Christian faith. Those who know me well know that I have left it in my background intentionally. 569 more words

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MD Anderson Edition: Waterfall Cafe

What I Ate: Breakfast Burrito, 10-inch tortilla, with bacon, egg, and potato, and Daily Special with egg, bacon, hash brown, and biscuit.

You think about a lot of things when you get to your first appointment at Houston’s world-renowned MD Anderson Cancer Center. 1,166 more words

Crushed

Some time in the midst of junior high, I noticed something amazing: girls. From that moment on, I chose to spend most of my time with them. 238 more words

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Do The Right Thing

Upon first glance, Emily and I probably didn’t seem like a good match. Emily was beautiful, polished, considerate, intentional and patient. I am not. Emily just always seemed to do the right thing. 265 more words

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19TH Annual Sprint For Life® 5K

Support Ovarian Cancer Research at MD Anderson through the 19th Annual Sprint For Life® 5K. The event will take place on May 7, 2016 at 1155 Pressler, Houston, Texas 77030! 110 more words

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Two Months


Today marks two months. In terms of significant anniversaries, it’s not. There are three groups of people who keep track of two-month anniversaries: teenagers in love, people trying to maintain sobriety and those who have lost someone they love. 461 more words

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