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Do not be afraid

I had my regular check-up with my oncologist yesterday. I have these every three months, and they basically consist of blood tests, a chat and a physical exam, checking lymph nodes, etc. It is now a year and a half since I finished treatment, and at every checkup I get a reassuring, "everything looks good,"... Continue Reading →

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Happy Birthday, Michaela

Hey there baby girl. I just wanted to come and say happy birthday to you, just in case you are out there somewhere, in case you remember that today is your birthday, in case you might be checking in here. It was forty years ago today you were born, at 8:13 p.m., the first time... Continue Reading →

2019 Intention: FEARLESS

I have chosen the word to set my intention for 2019. FEARLESS. Now just give me a moment to pop an Ativan and I'll tell you all about it. I chose this word because I have started out this year a great big giant bundle of fear, and I'm done with it. I thought about... Continue Reading →

Thirty years later

Oh my Lord, this has been such a hard season. The anniversary has come and gone now. Thirty whole years. The remembrance service was beautiful and there were so many wonderful people there. Dear, dear friends, most of them gifts from Michaela, who I don't see nearly often enough. There were two people there who... Continue Reading →

Michaela’s 30th Anniversary Today

I just wanted to remind you that we will be holding the remembrance for the 30th Anniversary of Michaela's kidnapping today. Details are in the flyer above. If you can make it, I would love to see you. If not, we will be live streaming on Michaela's Facebook page starting at 5:15 p.m, Pacific Standard... Continue Reading →

30th Anniversary Remembrance

This November marks 30 years since the day Michaela was kidnapped. We will be marking the anniversary with a remembrance service on Sunday, November 18, 2018, at 5:30 p.m. This event will be graciously hosted by New Hope Church in Hayward, California. I want to thank the church not only for their assistance with our... Continue Reading →

I’m a survivor!

I was telling my friend a few days ago about how we sometimes wake up one day, and we are a new person. Something subtle has shifted within us, and we feel completely different than we did before. I experienced this today. If you've read this blog for awhile, you know that breast cancer has... Continue Reading →

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