Month: January 2016

The Year of Living Intentionally: Day 31

One month ago today, many of us found ourselves giddy with excitement and anticipation about the dawn of a new year and the fresh start that awaited us.  Now that the new car smell of 2016 has worn off, and… Read More ›


When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, one of the first thoughts that came to my mind was, “I don’t have time for this.”  I remember thinking that I have two daughters, a full-time job, more than enough responsibilities, and… Read More ›


Being diagnosed with breast cancer has introduced my family, friends, and me to a slew of new medical terms and treatments.  We have had to be on our “A” game and become quick studies, with some being quicker than others. … Read More ›

Not So Radiant

Since beginning radiation therapy last week, I have made a number of observations, some funny and some serious.  In no particular order, here’s what went down while I was being lit up: This is a tough crowd.  Like most of the… Read More ›


Life has been far too serious lately, and this heaviness has seeped in the chats with my person.  Lately, we have been discussing life, death, and everything in between, and the discussion led to what we both wanted to accomplish… Read More ›