Thriving and Surviving

the good, the bad, and the funny about daily living, surviving cancer, and teaching kids with special needs

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Amazon Prime Now! Life is so much better now….

I have a friend (I use the term loosely!) who mocks me for using the phrase, “Life Changing!”  But seriously!?!  Having groceries delivered to your house in one or two hours – without spending a fortune is…… “Life Changing!”  … Continue Reading →

Don’t Say That! What-Not-To-Say When You Don’t Know What to Say.

What to say to someone with cancer?  Actually, you don’t have to say anything at all!  Ever considered that?  Smiles, prayers, flowers, Edible Arrangements!! (my personal favorite!) are always appreciated.  But words….words are tricky.  Use with care. Have you ever… Continue Reading →

Cancer?! What Do I Do NOW??

The critical first days after a cancer diagnosis Hearing your doctor use the “c” word will evoke a tempest of emotions, so many at once – denial, fear, sorrow, anger, etc…..  If you spend too much time and energy wallowing… Continue Reading →

How to Help Your Friend Survive Her Fight Against Cancer

On Friday, February 3, 2012, I waited anxiously all day for “the call” from my doctor to give me the results of the biopsy I had had on Wednesday.  I was hoping to hear something during the day on Friday, but dreading… Continue Reading →

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