Just a little food for thought on a topic that has been much on my mind of late. We all flow through the seasons of life, and as we approach middle life and beyond, knowing the reality that our parents are reaching their winters is something to consider… Does choosing hospice mean giving up?.
Category: breast cancer
Que Sera Sera…The Questions of Life
There are times when writing doesn’t come as easy as it normally does. As cathartic as it is for me sit and write my thoughts and feelings, sometimes they are simply just too jumbled up to put on paper. Please forgive the rambling nature of this post. It is much lengthier than normal, and much […]
Starving Cancer: Ketogenic Diet a Key to Recovery – Health & Science – CBN News – Christian News 24-7 – CBN.com
Today is Triple Negative Breast Cancer Awareness Day (just ask Governor Chris Christie who signed the declaration in New Jersey just two days ago!); so I am sharing some articles that have interesting tidbits of information regarding TNBC and ways to possibly prevent cancer growth. My naturopath recently placed me on this diet plan (without […]
Key enzyme missing from aggressive form of breast cancer, groundbreaking study shows
Key enzyme missing from aggressive form of breast cancer, groundbreaking study shows.
Questions and Answers
Do you remember playing the game, 20 Questions? You know, the one where someone asks a question like, “Does it have hair?” and you answer Yes or No, and they get 20 chances, while asking a question each time, to guess the right answer. You remember how hard it was, sometimes, to actually guess the […]
2012 in review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The new Boeing 787 Dreamliner can carry about 250 passengers. This blog was viewed about 1,300 times in 2012. If it were a Dreamliner, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see […]
A New Year of Balance
Every Christmas I hibernate–and yes, sometimes, like a bear I even grow a little “survival” fat, sorry to say. It’s the restful, away-from-it-all kind of life that I gladly sink into during those two blissful weeks my children are on Christmas break. I focus on them, on the Christ child whose birth we celebrate, on […]