I’d love to say I have a good excuse for neglecting this blog again, but busy is a poor excuse. Don’t you agree? We all have time for the things that are priorities in our life and it’s quite clear this blog hasn’t been a priority. I would like it to be more of a… Continue reading Childhood Cancer Awareness Month 2017
Even if you aren’t big into Broadway, you probably recognize that title. Perhaps you even sang it to yourself? 525,600 minutes. 525,000 moments so dear. So, how do you measure a year? For 2016, I seem to be measuring the year in race miles: 13.1. 19.3. 13.1. 19.3. Did I tell you I was doing… Continue reading How Do You Measure A Year?
I’ve written about Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and Childhood Cancer Awareness Day (September 14) many times before, but that’s no reason to stop posting. I’m sure many of you have already seen pink in anticipation for Breast Cancer Awareness next month or heard about various drives/calls to action. Some of you may be well aware of… Continue reading Childhood Cancer Awareness Month
In honor of an angel that flew to heaven five years ago today, I present a couple of “reruns” and ask you to please join the bone marrow registry, pray it forward, donate blood, and help raise awareness. Help find a cure. May 7, 2008 “I was fifteen years old and just a few weeks into… Continue reading Five Year Angel Wings
I’ve been remiss in posting… in many regards. I have so much to say and catch you up on… This week is a big week. As a nation, we remembered on the ten year anniversary of September 11th. I can hardly believe how quickly the last ten years has gone. Garnering much less attention though…… Continue reading Childhood Cancer Awareness Day 2011
You can also click this picture to download it here. I highly recommend visiting CureSearch though for more information about Childhood Cancer. Every year, 12,500 children are diagnosed with cancer. This month, I will recommit to the blogging journey that began last summer with Team In Training for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. It is a… Continue reading 12,500 Children… Every Year.