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Handbags – What Do I Choose?

I must admit, I’m not an avid shopper when it comes to myself. I’m quite particular. Frugal! When I was above middle class monetarily, I did not think too much … Read More

September Awareness – Topic #1 – Endometriosis

What is endometriosis? Endometriosis is a chronic condition, and as such, there is no cure. However, it can be treated to control the pain and prevent the symptoms from worsening. … Read More

SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER – SAD

Often times we may go through social media or we may observe others around us while on an outing and think, “wow, that couple looks so in love.” We might … Read More

She Is Not Just Surviving, She Is Thriving Deb’s Journey With PV & Breast Cancer

PRESS PLAY >> THE ALTERS (I WILL FEAR NO MORE)   After writing several blogs, articles, and posts about Ed’s Polycythemia Vera journey, I was contacted by a wonderful woman … Read More

Dear Hate

https://music.apple.com/us/album/dear-hate-feat-vince-gill/1292305143?i=1292305145 Dear hate, You are not my friend. You have destroyed relationships, you have destroyed hearts, you have destroyed people. Amongst your destruction includes families, churches, cities, stares, and countries! … Read More

Patiently Waiting for Ed’s Follow Up Appointment

I sit in the parking deck once again. Patiently waiting, feeling helpless as Ed goes into UVA Emily Couric Cancer Clinic to have labs drawn and to see the MPN. … Read More

Shenandoah National Park – A Brief Day Get Away

We love the mountains, nature, fresh air, and solitude. This week was the first chance in a long while that we were able to get out and take a much … Read More

Spinning Through Life – My First Public Story (September 30, 2019)

Last year, I was featured on Courtney Phillips blog http://www.spinningthroughlife.com Personally, I was a bit scared to share my story here at the time. As time has gone on, our … Read More