Spoiler alert: My hair fell out, but I thank God for a husband who shows me, profoundly and consistently, the definition of love.
A story of a husband’s devotion and determination.
No one played “Pomp and Circumstance.” But the a cappella version of “The Chemo’s Done” was far sweeter music.
“You Can’t Afford to Survive”
Balance is everything.
“Bring it on, doctor,” I said. “I’m one tough cookie.”
Seven tiny tattoos remind me to treasure the gift of life and use it well.
Cops are human too, and this encounter proved it.
It’s a word seldom mentioned in “polite” company, but if you or someone you love is going through breast cancer it’s a conversation worth having.
It’s easy to lose sight of what’s important when an emergency comes from every direction. This pilot’s mantra will help you keep your head.
From the ashes of hardship, beauty can rise like a phoenix.
Like most things we procrastinate about, it wasn’t as bad as I’d thought it would be.
The more we fail, the more likely we are to succeed.
Without threatening democracy, without taking extreme partisan stands, I believe every one of us can agree on one thing. Advils shouldn’t cost that much.
A harpist’s song in a hospital lobby takes a cancer survivor out of her head and deep into her heart.
Sometimes hope shows up, not in a pink ribbon, but in a red convertible.