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

Day 15: Shane continues to be on our minds every day. When we do things, go places, we often reflect on what it would be like if he were here with us. To say he is greatly missed is an understatement. Our children continue to reflect on their time with their brother. They speak, Read More

Sometimes you come across things and they just tug at your heart. I was clearing out Chase’s school folder this morning and found this. He’s such an amazing, thoughtful, honest young man. We are so proud of him. I wouldn’t be surprised if he joined the fight and became one of those scientists. #dreambiglittledude, 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

Day 2: Last year I approached September as a cleansing of thoughts in terms of our cancer journey with Shane. There are certain topics as we move forward that come to mind. These will come in time within the month. Some are difficult and others uplifting. Heading into the holiday weekend, I will begin, Read More