Monthly Archives: May 2012

Follow the Butterflies

Nancy’s Point today is remembering her bilateral mastectomy.  She’s also wondering if a day can go by without thoughts of cancer.  I’ve been pondering that myself lately, as the three year anniversary of my diagnosis on May 1, has come … Continue reading

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The Greatest Gift

This past Saturday, my boy turned eight.  Eight! Where has my little one gone?  I looked away for just a moment and years slipped away. I’m melancholy for days of a tiny boy dressed in onesies and blue jeans, small white … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Day Wish

For all the mothers and their daughters. For all the mothers loved by sons. Please take a moment and read about Nancy Wyatt and her Mother’s Day wish for a future without breast cancer and then like Nancy and myself, consider … Continue reading

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Just Another Day

I’m supposed to write today.  I was supposed to write yesterday and the day before, but I’m not finding the words and my mind keeps drifting off to other things.  Like the bread I have rising in the kitchen.  Another … Continue reading

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