I am a diabetic. My friends and family know this about me, but to the rest of the world, those I choose not to tell, my illness is invisible. That’s the way I like it. But today, I read a … Continue reading
No pressure. No obligation. No sad stuff. Just a charming little video.
I have been blessed. Of the 209,060 women who will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, I have not been one. So far. Of the 3 million women who are living with breast cancer as I write this, I … Continue reading
A week or so ago, I wrote a post called The Superhero, where I told you how committed I am to ending breast cancer and why. I asked you to join the army of superheroes out there and spread the … Continue reading
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As many of you know, breast cancer research and awareness is a cause very close to my heart. My daughter Lisa is a four-year survivor. She was diagnosed with the disease at the age … Continue reading