Monthly Archives: January 2012

American Cancer Society Blog on Bald Barbie

I’m simply pasting the original blog post from American Cancer Society’s blog. The apology was issued on the original blog post and the original post was erased. The apology and the childhood cancer community’s reaction can be found here:Bald Barbie Demand … Continue reading

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"Baby needs a new pair of shoes!"

I have no idea where this will go. I never go back and edit my writing for content. I’m just going to let it flow and see where it takes me. Support, statistics, advice…… HOW do you have these conversations … Continue reading

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PBS Share Your Photos: Childhood Cancer Awareness

The Greginator ~ Juvenile Myelomonocytic LeukemiaDiagnosed 2/25/09 ~ Bone Marrow Transplant 6/11/09No Evidence of Disease ~ Survivinghttp://www.mindithemagnificent.com  This is for PBS’ Share Your Photos: Childhood Cancer Awareness Photos are also being grouped together on Pinterest.

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Listen To Your Mother SPOKANE Auditions!

ATTENTION SPOKANE WRITERS: AUDITIONS We seek Spokane writers to read their original essays on any aspect of motherhood in the second annual LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER Spokane show at the Bing Crosby Theater on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 13, 2012.People … Continue reading

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Compassion, Connection, Courage

It’s the opening that is sticky. What words should fly off these fingers to hook you and make you want to finish reading the entry? Writing through Gregory’s diagnosis and first 18 months post transplant was easy-peasy. While it was … Continue reading

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