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How to Begin

This is a blog about smallest steps, showing up to begin to make something happen – to change perspective and expectations. Just begin, it is the hardest part. Read More


How Do You Like Your Eggs?

I have entered a world that logically I knew existed, but really knew nothing about. My entourage has made the trip into the city and taken up residency in the waiting room of the fertility clinic. My dad once again looks pained and like he wishes he could be anywhere else. But he’s the best man I know, and… Read More



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

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The Power of Positivity

Positive thinking is a daily challenge no matter what part of your cancer journey or adversity. Reframing everyday is important and so Thinking Card 12 is here and reminding myself of purpose at the Celebration of Hope Award. Read More


Triggered and GO!

My follow up entry to my first blog ever about this trip down Cancer lane...this entry is a little about our move right after the wedding and diagnosis and working with the fertility clinic so that we could move forward with booking my surgery! Which is Thursday now. Time flys...8 weeks since diagnosis almost to the day today, feels short and fast at the same time. Read More

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