Category Archives: telling others.

March 12, 2016: When Others Pray

At the beginning of my cancer journey, a rush of people came to my aid, stood by my side, helped in unimaginable ways, and promised to pray for me, my spouse, and my children. It’s been nearly 18 months since … Continue reading

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January 8, 2015: The 5 Stages of Grief and Cancer

I know what you’re thinking, why would I be writing about the five stages of grief when I’m a cancer survivor and not dealing with the death of a loved one or even trying to prepare for my own death? … Continue reading

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May 28, 2015: Thank You!

It’s a crazy time of year; and even though I’ve had lots to say, I’ve found no words to express it all. I’m attempting tonight knowing I still can’t say all that I mean.  The donations continued to come in … Continue reading

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October 27, 2014: The Bad Word That’s Still a Bad Word

As a kid growing up, I thought “shut up”, “butt”, and “sucks” were bad words. I think they’ve all become common day language now. Words I still don’t think are appropriate seem to roll off the tongues of the masses … Continue reading

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October 24, 2014: Telling Our Kids

Jonathan called my oldest step-daughter and asked her and her husband to come over, we FaceTimed with my youngest step-daughter who’s living in the Houston area, and called our daughter and son to come downstairs to join us. Jonathan and … Continue reading

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