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Archive: 02 2014
riding shotgun
Feb
22

Not for the faint of heart

If you're at all concerned about diet and how what we eat may impact on our health from a physical perspective you might want to watch this for a little more spiritual perspective. I will warn you this is not for the faint of… Read More

both sides
Feb
21

Imagine

Let's explore being uncomfortable. Imagine what would happen if we didn't accept this feeling in order to move forwards? When we are so afraid, it takes a lot of courage to face that feeling. This is about the acceptance of feeling uncomfortable. Read More

countesstt
Feb
19

SHE’S GOT THE LOOK

Well I knew I was going to lose my hair but when it started to happen I was wondering how I would handle it.  It was bizarre.  My hair started to come out in huge chunks.  If it was windy you could be sure that sections of hair would be blowing in the wind.  When I started to notice a big mess of hair on my… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Feb
18

Pointed in the Right Direction: Results

Because I'm stage four, every few months I get an x-ray of my lungs. This is done to check on the spots. You see, last summer when the spots were discovered by the CT, I’d also had an x-ray which didn’t show any cancer. The spots were too small to appear on that less precise form of x-ray imagining. Read More

both sides
Feb
15

Love is Brave

Love is brave - it is our strength in the hardest times when we stand to lose the person we love. We risk it all. The knight that fights in the cancer arena for us because love conquers all is the chance we are willing to take to make life the most amazing thing. Let's not forget to notice who make our life priceless and thank them for giving us the medicine of love and happiness. Read More

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