Tag Archives: Cancer

Melissa & Rachel In The Midst: Firsthand Account From The Moonwalk

From the inside walking out…Here is Melissa’s full account of the big Moonwalk form last Saturday. In her own words…CLICK HERE for The Moonwalk 2011 map… The Walk was really cool.  The whole set up at the start was amazing … Continue reading

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Walking The Walk On The Moonwalk

O-M-G! When it comes to distances, the number 26.2 always gives me a little fright! Why you ask? Because it’s the exact road distance of an Olympic marathon! This was also the exact distance for the Walk The

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Cruciferous, Haven’t We Met Before?

After all of my cancer treatments, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, I can’t help but feel weird during this limbo period. Apparently, I am supposed to wait a few weeks after radiotherapy to give my body a chance to heal itself. I … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Kew Me In

I know, I know, I know, it’s time to get outside and appreciate all of this glorious weather we have been so blessed with! Never happens on this side of the pond! And now it’s all about healthy eating too … Continue reading

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Banana Man’s Bananas For Bananas

Ewan is Banana Man. He is my youngest child, he absolutely hates cake, will not eat ice cream, and is incredibly selective when it comes to chocolate, no bars are allowed only bits – M&M’s and Smarties have both made the cut. Whew!!! BUT … Continue reading

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Carsen’s Three Story House

My middle child, Carsen, has been working diligently on her sketchbook with drawings of fashions models, hats and shoes, and plenty of stories, some even in her own language. Most evenings, I’ll have the privilege of

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Look Good…Feel Better

  Through out my cancer treatment I watched the side effects from chemotherapy take over my body and appearance. I dealt with them as they came, one by one, or

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For The Love of Pom Pom Pillows Fundraiser!

    From its original concept, The Pink Pom Pom Project (PPPP) has always been about providing warmth and comfort to Breast Cancer victims. We held true to this concept by coordinating a fantastic group of knitters through the

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Are You Glass Half Empty Or Half Full?

Is the glass half empty or half full? is a common expression, used rhetorically to indicate that a particular situation could be a cause for optimism (half full) or pessimism (half empty). It demonstrates that a situation may be seen in different ways depending … Continue reading

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Put A Trilby On It

One of the biggest challenges as a cancer patient has been how to dress my head in every stage of hair loss to complete baldness. And in preparation for my chemotherapy treatment, I worked with a lovely Style Consultant at … Continue reading

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