Last week we were honored to travel to Springfield, Illinois, our state capital, and testify on behalf of the Illinois Childhood Cancer Research Fund. I held
Well time keeps passing, doesn't it?
Life without Donna continues. We are busy. Like crazy busy. So much to do and so little that needs to get done actually gets done. L
It's hard to believe that the last time I posted here was on September 9. Three and a half months is the longest I have ever gone without putting my thoughts here about grief
So today, Jay and I went off to the park in the morning. Jay rode his cool bike there, which means I basically pushed him and told him to put his feet o
Just a short one, as I'm consumed with Mary Tyler Mom's chronicling of Donna's Cancer Story. You can find it here. And the campaign seems to be working. On it's first day,
Happy Labor Day, folks.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and as last year, I am documenting Donna's 31 months of treatment. Each month of September I will writ
Donna's birthday, on July 20, sparked something that has taken a hold on the Donna's Good Things facebook page. If you're on facebook and haven't "liked" us yet, you might wa
Some thoughts on hope that were inspired by Jack Layton's letter to his fellow Canadians, released yesterday after his death. It really made me think. This was written in my
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