Twas the night before a decade has passed…
I remember running in the Charlotte Breast Cancer Awareness/Fundraiser 5k when I was 24 years old. A friend of mine was an avid runner and I somehow got talked into tagging along. It was fun to run along the backstreets of old Uptown Charlotte with my best friend, enjoying the fall air and scenery. I…… Continue reading October
Into The Unknown
Yes, I sure did get this title from the soundtrack lead of the new Frozen movie. Yes, I sure did cry my eyes out while watching said new Frozen movie (Frozen 2). Yes, it so super cheesy of me to write a blog post based on all the feels I got because some cosmic connection…… Continue reading Into The Unknown
At this moment two thousand, nine hundred and twenty two days ago I was waking up to a new life. A second chance. At the time: a painful, empty, sad second chance. I really don’t have anything new to say about that day; I’ve said it all. I talked about that day, detailing hour by…… Continue reading 2,922
My Teets: read all about ’em!
Greener On The Other Side
>> The Grass is Greener Where You Water It! << I decided to write this post to talk about the big changes I made in my life and to explain the dietary alterations that gave me power over something that initially had the potential to completely crush me. I think of others who are given…… Continue reading Greener On The Other Side
My Life: Round 2. Here we go.. On March 7th, a month ago today, I was diagnosed with an early stage breast cancer in my left breast called DCIS, which stands for “ductal carcinoma in situ”. This type of cancer is formed in milk ducts, is non-invasive (‘in situ’ is latin for ‘in place’),…… Continue reading Round Two
A dream of mine
Sometimes you can, in fact, bring a dream to life.
Baby Steps – Explained
A wonderful& informative slide show courtesy of the 2016 YL Convention!
In my reintroduction post this month, I explained why writing/blogging didn’t fit into my life very much last year. Adjusting to being a mom of a toddler, I had no idea that motherhood would have growth spurts, emotionally, just as a child has them, physically. However, I didn’t elaborate on the 4-5 month battle this past fall with…… Continue reading Light