Turning Your Mess Into a Message

Mess…Message…Time These three words are connected. For me, it took time for God to turn my mess into my message. I was 47 years old when I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma.  How could this be?  I did not have a family history of breast cancer and I nursed both of my daughters.  I did…

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Thank You, Friends!

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Thank you, friends. (This is a Thursday Throwback post to thank my friends who completed the 60 mile walk in my honor.)   Today I thank my friends who sacrificed to walk in the 3-Day, 60 mile walk. Thank you to Starner’s AP’s and to Laura’s Ladies. Starner’s AP’s was a team of assistant principals, friends…

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Why do you always smile?

Why do you always smile? I am frequently asked that question. Let me tell you why I smile.   The smile on my face doesn’t mean that my life is perfect. After a devastating breast cancer diagnosis,  I had two choices. First, I could spend my time feeling sorry for myself, wondering why I had breast cancer,…

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Member of The Club

 Member of The Club, December 26, 2008. When you receive a diagnosis of cancer, your life changes forever.  From that point on, you are known as the one who has cancer.  Some people deal with it by talking to everyone about every detail.  That just wasn’t me. My Story It was a normal morning in…

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