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Reflections & The Future

It’s the last week of September and there is no denying that Summer is definitely over. I’ve been in a deep denial over it. Deep. I could ignore it with the temps still tickling the 80’s but that’s changing now and it’s getting serious with helping Adam get college applications and necessary paperwork in before the end of October. 710 more words

Metastatic Breast Cancer

Stage4Lifer: Stories That Get to the Heart of Living With Metastatic Breast Cancer

Catherine L. Ormerod, MSS, MLSP, discusses our new #Stage4Lifer campaign and its importance as we head into Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Hear Their Voices. Raise Yours. 447 more words

Breast Cancer

When We Were Young

I have been mulling over my reaction to the Oliver Ames High School “Class of 2016” decision to dedicate their yearbook to me. I really can’t find the right words–I am incredibly honored, moved, touched—-but mostly, I feel very loved. 1,138 more words


Beautiful Ballyfin, Ancient Ashford, Disappointing Dromoland

Creighton and I passed each other on the paths at Exeter, had a nice chat in front of the GS hq in NY in 1995, but only started dating in October 1996. 1,640 more words

Seven Years of Metastatic Breast Cancer: My Stage IV Story

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN LIVING WITH MBC?  Seven years. I was diagnosed at age 43 in August 2009. I will be 51 at the end of 2016. 1,027 more words

Living in the End.

We have landed in September, the start of a new school year.  This year is special as both kids will be in the same school.  Our daughter will be in Junior Kindergarten and our son in Grade Two.    457 more words

Advanced Cancer

Sleep, Skin, Time & Travel

I hiked this morning on the stunning Battery to Bluffs trail. I often marvel that this world class view is mere minutes from our house in a bustling city. 719 more words