Tag Archives: Prayer

Inspired: Time to Write Again

Time has been flying by.  I have been spending wonderful time with my grandchildren, my children and especially some quality, romantic and heartfelt time with my husband. Recently, I have been writing at home.  Trying my hand at a novel, … Continue reading

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Pushing Through Survivor’s Guilt

I will never forget that afternoon, standing with my cousins in the church parking lot.  Dressed in our funeral best, we had just said a sad farewell to our cousin, Jeanne, only 49 years old, mother of two.  She had fought … Continue reading

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Loneliness in Surviving

As another dooming imaging day approaches and my 50th birthday sneaks closer, I have been reflecting on a very personal decision I need to make regarding my treatment.  I have a wonderful support group, including my husband and fellow survivors, … Continue reading

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Create A New Restore Point (for your soul)

I was determined to bring my old laptop back to life.  There was really nothing wrong with it, at least in my mind.   After all, I am closing in on 50, and wouldn’t want anyone to think I can’t … Continue reading

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