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The Lucky One

I’ve been reading a lot of blog posts by people who got out of the homeschool bubble lately. Part of this is because one of the fiction projects I’m writing at the moment is based on that; the rest, and perhaps the more dominant motivation here, is morbid curiosity. 1,159 more words

Reflections

Not That Simple

Today I helped my mom at a homeschool book sale. If any of you ever needed proof that I am an emotional masochist, this is it. 991 more words

Personal

11-year-old ABI survivor starts website to spread awareness

BY: MERI PERRA

Remember this great kid?

Last month, 11-year-old Andrew shared his story of acquiring a brain injury as a result of a stroke for our… 458 more words

Awareness

Top five questions you need answers to about triple negative breast cancer

Triple negative is a very aggressive type of breast cancer with poor survival rates. Our founder Barbra Watson-Riley was diagnosed in 2011 with stage-three TNBC and survived two years post-diagnosis. 190 more words

Barbra Watson Riley

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pink ink…

“You are supposed to be sick, and here you are profiling”, said one of my “LINKed in Friendship” sisters, as we walked out of the Fashion Show yesterday. 1,056 more words

TME reblogged this on Pinkwellchick Foundation and commented:

What everyone recently diagnosed with breast cancer (and their family & friends) should know about the side effects of chemotherapy. [Repost from inkwellchicks.com written by Barbra Watson-Riley (12/4/2011) in her "cancer real talk" style]