Goodbye Facebook – see you in 31 days…maybe. I feel like I need Facebook. But most of the time I don’t NEED Facebook. I am drawn to Facebook for adult “interaction” in my otherwise kid-centric lifestyle. My usual companions include … Continue reading
Dear my Beautiful Daughters,
When Kyla had just turned 4 and Kailey was 19 months, Mommy was told some very unfortunate news. You both were too young to fully understand how significant this was for our family, but one day we will share with you how much love and support we received and how this changed our lives forever.
In 2005, I received chemotherapy and radiation for a type of cancer called Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. Unfortunately, on August 13, 2013, 7 ½ years after finishing my treatment, I was told that my cancer had relapsed. That day I was at work caring for other cancer patients finding it hard to look into their faces and support them dreading the news that I feared was coming. At 4:15 pm, I was paged by my Hematologist, and at that moment my life shattered. In a split second, I went from being a…
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I am currently rereading a book called You Can Buy Happiness (and it’s cheap) by Tammy Strobel. The author and her husband slowly come to the realization that the more stuff they have, the less happy they become. They are … Continue reading