Monthly Archives: March 2011

Pink Power Revisited

All the discussion over pink power lately reminded me that I once wrote a post called The Power of Pink early on in my blogging days when no one was reading my stuff except Nancy.  Thanks for that, Nancy. With some … Continue reading

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Why It Matters

I didn’t see this post coming.  My blog is usually about little moments in the everyday life of a mom juggling a family and breast cancer.  I sometimes veer off course and urge people to check out the Love/Avon Army … Continue reading

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Slowing Down

It’s been a long week.  My boys are on their spring break, and since we don’t have travel plans it simply means my kids are home from school for two weeks.  Home, here with me, every minute of every day. … Continue reading

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Thoughts from the Other Side

Saying I’m writing from the other side of menopause sounds very dramatic, but since that’s what I’m doing, I’m going to use it to my advantage.  At least before I admit the real truth, which is the only drama accompaning my … Continue reading

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Choices

Lately, I’ve been thinking about the choices cancer forces upon us. Questions I would never consider had cancer not parked on my doorstep. It’s hard to remember how to just be, how to just enjoy a day without life’s great … Continue reading

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My Old Dog

It goes fast, doesn’t it?  Time.  Life. I know some moments creep.  Usually the waiting moments.  Waiting for the phone to ring, waiting for test results, waiting for the doctor to open the door. All disturbingly slow, but in the … Continue reading

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