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The dreaded question comes up when interacting with strangers at parties. This time of year it is on overdrive, when parties with strangers runneth plenty. It is no longer only the smarmy guy at the bar who asks, “So….What do … Continue reading
If you see a person you know at a crematorium don’t get nervous and ask, “What are you doing here?” Trust me….You will feel like an ass like I did.
Last month I learned a lot from my pals! I’m so glad many of them spent their time writing for Aquarius vs Cancer. Again, thank you friends for participating! Based on the feedback I received, readers found it as useful … Continue reading
Words from my long time friend Stacy… “My friend Kim. Yes, the one with Cancer. Terminal lung cancer. From a genetic rearrangement, it’s called ALK positive NSCLC, or non-small cell lung cancer. No, she is not a smoker. Does that … Continue reading
Words from Tammy, the best boss I’ve ever had… “I watched my friend come to work coughing and tired for much too long. Asking questions as to what trips to the doctor were yielding, I was disappointed but not surprised … Continue reading
Words from Julie, a happy fun-loving lady… “True wealth is the ability to fully experience life.” -Henry David Thoreau “Until recently, I haven’t had a whole lot of experience with cancer. When I was in high school, my grandmother died … Continue reading