Tag Archives: cancer

an evening can change in a moments notice

    I was watching the evening news tonight. I was busy cooking in the kitchen and my attention changed suddenly from my cooking to the TV during the sports section of the newscast. My eyes went wet. The terrible … Continue reading

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I wish that cancer was just a word or a scary story….

I wish that cancer was just a word or scary story told at camp to scare the campers. Continue reading

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Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner

If you’re like me and many people, I have fond memories of growing up with Gene Wilder and Gilda Radner. I could go on with well know¬†recollections¬†about their shenanigans on movie and TV, but I think those that know what … Continue reading

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Update on Micah

Click the link below for a touching update on Micah Ahern, our superhero. Glance back through my blog for several other stories on Micah.  I work with his mom, Linda, at the neonatal ICU in Fort Worth. This family has … Continue reading

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Never Ever Give Up

Do you remember the NEGU story I shared a few months ago?  Never Ever Give Up people, even when things don’t go as you like.  Follow the link to read my original post about Micah Ahern and his battle with neuroblastoma.  I’m … Continue reading

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“Little” Work

I have a story I would like to share with you to give you an idea of what I do. Not only will I be sharing a bit about my profession, but also about my heart and something valuable I have learned out of this second cancer battle. I share the following with permission and encouragement from the parents. Continue reading

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High Flying Adrenaline

I’ve known Mark since the age of 13. We have been best friends since. The shared memories have served to strengthen our friendship.  We don’t get to see each other often. He lives in central Texas and I live in … Continue reading

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