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A new perspective

Not all negative memories need to remain. We have the ability to change our narratives and the stories we tell ourselves.  My mom, sister and aunt all commented on how beautiful the grounds of the Schar Cancer Institute were when they came to chemo with me. They...
I MADE IT!

I MADE IT!

Starting the week off with such a grateful and FULL heart! Back in February, when I was told I’d need to have chemo and the schedule was laid out, one of the first things I did was count out the weeks to see if I’d be able to go to our family beach week....
Covering or discovering?

Covering or discovering?

“We often think of a mask as something that conceals our identity. Yet contemplate the possibility that The Mask permits our true identity to be revealed.” Meet my current masks: cancer. Vulnerability. My voice. You’ve heard me say that cancer has been a gift to me....

What do I say? I’m struggling here!

Ok, this has been on my mind and heart for a couple weeks now and I’m really hoping someone can give me some advice. Ever since making my cancer journey such a public one, I’ve received a lot of accolades. Considering ‘words of affirmation’ are...
Early morning musings…

Early morning musings…

I don’t really like the cold, yet here I am at 6:15am on my deck, in 45 degree temps. I’m in my pjs, with the softest wrap sweater that was a beautiful gift someone gave me and a cozy blanket wrapped around me, fuzzy slippers on, fleece lined hat covering my bald,...