Tag Archive: breast cancer

The Spirit of the People of Barcelona

As I watched the sun drift down over rustic stone buildings that had withstood years of economic disasters and uncertainty, in the distance church bells pealed in perfect time to the heartbeat of the people of Barcelona—strong, brave people. The night before, I heard the cheers of happy Spaniards who celebrated a 4-0 win over […]

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Mud Slinging Good Time

Our car looked like a crime scene if ever I had seen one (which I had not). I profusely explained to the car wash attendant why our vehicle had to have the pre-soaked, undercarriage steamed, superior detailed, super deluxe, run-it-through-one more time car wash. I was almost out of breath explaining why there was blood […]

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Travel Made Easy???

That was a trip to remember…more trauma getting out of town than the travel itself. What is so difficult about boarding a plane in your own home town and taking a relaxing flight for 3 ½ hours before arriving at your destination? It was getting on the plane that started a crazy trail of events. […]

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9/12-The Morning After

Yesterday was a day of remembrance—for many the worst day of their lives. The pain of a nation was embraced as we took a mental journey back to that day on 9/11 while we watched television and read stories of others’ losses. Ten years later, we still think of it as the most terrible day […]

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