When your child is diagnosed with cancer, you feel isolated from everyone. It’s not necessarily that people make you feel like that, well some do, but you just are. You are that, “cancer family.” The childhood cancer community is similar to normal society. People who have nothing in common, find commonality and friendship because, Read More

Can you feel it? The hustle & bustle of the holidays. I feel it too. I want to put into perspective what some families affected by childhood cancer are feeling. What we felt a short 3 years ago. What we still feel in terms of our grief. Some of the families we are helping, Read More

Sunday was when the grief starting creeping in. THIS week is THE week and TODAY marks the two year anniversary of Shane’s passing. On one hand, time has moved forward slowly and on the other, in the blink of an eye. But, everyday I see his beautiful smile and bright blue eyes and can, Read More

Today, I got by “with a little help from my friends.” It’s Back to School day for Chase and Ella. It’s a difficult day on many levels. First, Ella entered Kindergarten. This alone saddens me. Where have the years gone when my little shadow was playing school and trying to read over her brother’s, Read More