She teaches me that I can live another year, or five, or ten, or however many I have left in this world. Cancer may kill me or some other illness or event most certainly will. But, I will die happy knowing that I followed my life’s path and placed my quality of life first.Read More
Happiness and cancer typically do not belong in the same sentence or even the same hemisphere. But, they can coexist if you make the choices that give you the freedom to be yourself for you and your loved ones.Read More
How many commercials do we see about feeding the hungry not only during the holidays, but every day? Not that many. I estimate that for every 50 commercials about toys, and gifts for him and her, cars, furniture and more “stuff” we absolutely don’t need, there is a single 15-second commercial about giving bacRead More
So much to write, so little time to do it all!
A small hiatus to accommodate work and education. Be back at some point in November with the next post about transitioning to a vegan/vegetarian lifestyle as part of survivorship. I have some lovely recipes for a vegan chocolate cake that is to die for, and some comfort food suggestions that won't break the bank or increase your cholesterol!
In the meantime, if you have suggestions for blog posts or questions you want to get answered about breast cancer or survivorship, add a comment below or post on our Facebook page!
For me, I might have been dealing with the physical impact of a bastard disease, but my family shared the emotional impact with me. They shared the fear of the unknown, the anger, and the acceptance. And they shared my determination to fight.Read More