Sometimes The Gift Of Timing Is Wrapped In A Mammogram

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I've always been fascinated by people and their stories. Every single person in this world is surrounded by a million other people with backgrounds, dreams, struggles, thoughts, and stories that we know nothing about as we pass them on the street. I went to the grocery store this morning and just on my way in… Continue reading Sometimes The Gift Of Timing Is Wrapped In A Mammogram

Seven And A Half Percent Of My Life

I've been alive 14,504 days. It's been 1,095 days since my mom passed away from cancer on December 18, 2012. That means I have now lived 7.5% of my life without my mom. That number is staggering to me. But from the reverse perspective, I lived 92.5% of my life with her. That's 13,409 days… Continue reading Seven And A Half Percent Of My Life

The 9 Stages of Discovering My Breast Lump

You know that feeling when you're laying in bed at 11:00 p.m. thinking... Did I lock the door? I probably locked the door. Why wouldn't I have locked the door? I always lock the door. I'm sure I locked the door. Then at 11:22 p.m. you open your eyes and think... But what if I… Continue reading The 9 Stages of Discovering My Breast Lump