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Nov
08

Get Busy Living…...

Get Busy Living. After the diagnosis of my father’s lung cancer and soon aware of it’s metastatic nature, the Oncology Team put him on a targeted miracle drug. In those 5 years, he beat the odds, busy living and showing everyone the power of attitude that eludes explanation. Read More

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Apr
04

A Milestone not a Finish Line

Almost 5 years to diagnosis. Survivorship is something we approach every day as a moving entity. The odds improve as I continue to do well and time heals my emotional wounds - I can sign a lease more comfortably and commit to the next opportunity without a feeling of doubt or backup plan. But the shadow is there and this is not the finish line. So it is time to celebrate as we do with milestones. Happy 5 year anniversary and many more..... Read More

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Mar
21

Pause

Sometimes we need a moment not to fast forward to the "what if's" or the "what next" and we cannot rewind to the "if only's" but need to pause. It may be in mindful creativity, meditation or walking that we let the world pause and find a safe place to just be. Read More

CharChar08
Dec
30

#IWearBlueForMe

About meeting physical/mental limitations after surgery and the dealing process... Read More

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Oct
19

Visualize your win

Whether it is as simple as visualizing a hot shower when your pain is searing across your chest after surgery or pushing yourself down a black diamond snow run, we visualize our win. Seeing yourself to the finish line is the imaginary line to your goal. It is said that Olympians have visualized the finish line countless times before the podium. Let's explore the mind that helps us get there. Read More

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