8 Years Ago…

8 years ago today my husband and I got the wind knocked out of us simultaneously. 8 years ago today our life-view was forever changed. 8 years ago today I thought I would have to live without my daughter. 8 years ago today I learned what it was really like to live with hope. 8 … Continue reading 8 Years Ago…

The Little Kitchen

We bought the little kitchen in 2011. The girl was sick, she had cancer, and she loved playing with the kitchen in the hospital playroom. The playroom she was allowed to go into when she had the energy to get out of her bed. The playroom she was allowed to go into when her immune … Continue reading The Little Kitchen

World Cancer Day

I guess today is World Cancer Day. I doubt I would pause to stop to think about this had cancer not entered our family's life. But, who am I kidding, it's entered everyone's life.  We all know someone who has had cancer...they either died from cancer, they currently have cancer, or they have survived cancer. … Continue reading World Cancer Day

Remembering That Everyday Is A Gift

What a difference a day makes. Yesterday was warm, yet breezy, and today is cold and mucho breezy. It's flat-out windy. And I remember why I so dislike winter. I mean, give me a crisp winter day where the air is still and there's a few inches of nice compact snow. The sun is shining … Continue reading Remembering That Everyday Is A Gift