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Journeying to the Other Side of Breast Cancer: Hidden In Plain Sight

I am blessed to be surrounded by a family of loving, supportive, intelligent, accomplished, beautiful women (the guys are great too!). Last weekend, a handful of them gathered together at my baby sister’s house for a brunch to celebrate my completion of my last round of chemo. 1,077 more words

Breast Cancer

Journeying to the Other Side of Breast Cancer: The Me I See

Last Thursday, September 7, 2017, I rang the bell and completed my ninth and final round of chemotherapy. At the beginning of all of this I was bombarded with so much information that somehow I mistakenly thought I was told I had to do 12 rounds of chemo. 1,204 more words

Breast Cancer

Cooped Up! How to Survive When You’re Stuck Inside

So as of now, it seems like the whole west side of the country is on fire. With the wildfires in Montana, Oregon, Idaho, California and Washington, the smoke is thick and the air is hazardous to breathe. 1,363 more words

Children's Health And Wellness

$5 Vegetarian Stir Fry

Need a quick meal to feed the whole family? This recipe is quick, healthy and best of all… very inexpensive! Assuming you have the staples for the sauce in your pantry, this recipe can be made for about $5 and it will feed your whole family for sure! 590 more words

Women's Health And Wellness

Journeying to the Other Side of Breast Cancer: My Body, God's Temple

It has been awhile since I sat down and wrote a blog post, May 26th, after my fourth chemo, to be exact. I have since completed two more chemo treatments and am now beyond the halfway mark of the end of chemotherapy! 1,223 more words

Breast Cancer

How I lost 47 lbs in the 12 weeks after child birth

Around 15 weeks or so, I had an OB appointment and as usual, I jumped right up on the scale at the beginning of the appointment. 1,085 more words

Women's Health And Wellness

4 Down 8 To Go... Losing Myself

I started the day earlier than I usually do for chemo yesterday. My appointment was at 8:00 AM instead of the usual 8:45. I woke up not necessarily looking forward to it, but not dreading it either. 1,129 more words

Breast Cancer