I threw up into my hand while driving home from my workout class last week.Sometimes I feel like my body hates me.Sometimes life just feels pretty unfair.I’m adjusting to a keep-the-cancer-away pill that I have to take morning and night for two years. I have to gear myself up every morning to take it knowing…… Continue reading Of Little Pills and Nausea and Grace
Since finding a lump in my armpit on the eve of the 7th anniversary of my first breast cancer diagnosis, my life has been moving in both high speed and slow motion. Appointments, ultrasounds, biopsies, tests, scans, x-rays. . . And in between all those things, the waiting and waiting for phone calls with answers…… Continue reading Breast Cancer Take Two
I had the opportunity to speak with Tina Conrad at DJ Breast Cancer about the intersection of breast cancer and faith. Just click on the icon above if you want to hear a bit about my story.
Mastectomy Pillows I will not be able to respond to pillow requests from February 18 – February 22, because I will be sitting on a beach in Mexico reading lots of books, hanging out with my favorite guy and eating food cooked by someone else. 20th Anniversary trip, here we come!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfoNPeGHfDg Creativity is a wild mind and a disciplined eye.Dorothy Parker My middle son, Owen, was born with equal parts imagination and a determination (stubbornness may be a more accurate term.) I believe both of these things play a role in his ability to create some pretty cool trick-shot videos for Flip Shots, his YouTube…… Continue reading Flip Shots on YouTube (A Shameless Plug)