A few days ago a friend (also a bereaved mom) was talking about this thing that tends to happen after you have a kid with cancer. You become the ‘go to’ person when any other child is diagnosed. It happens to me all the time. My friend asked, Why would some parent of a newly… Continue reading How can I help???
Another guest post for the Courageous Parents Network. http://courageousparentsnetwork.org/13-whats-in-a-t-shirt/ As a teenager, I spent hours scouring the Salvation Army and Goodwill shops for the perfect retro T-shirt: musty, holey, faded. Size didn’t matter nearly as much as insignia: Yoda, the Three Stooges, and my long time favorite ‘china’ written in kanji. I wore that shirt… Continue reading Identity | What’s in a T-shirt?
4/14/14 Today the roommates and I took a drive to eastern mass for a workshop and found ourselves with hours to spare upon our arrival. As we followed the GPS to our destination Ashley noticed a sprawling cemetery that surrounded us on either side of the road and suggested we take a walk through to kill… Continue reading A chance encounter
2012 It’s hard to look back and fully comprehend how different life is from a year ago. Last year Kai was here. Kai played. He smiled and snuggled. We were settling in to this crazy world of pediatric cancer. We were staying the course and sticking to his chemo. He was stable. A year ago… Continue reading 2012