Entering my 50’s has been a time to really reflect on all of I have been through and learned as life has thrown me curveballs. As a two time cancer survivor, I share my observations on many aspects of life and hope you will find it inspirational, entertaining and something you can relate to. This blog may also take twists and turns from the more serious and reflective to the lighter aspects of life with a goal of sharing ways to embrace the experience. My hope is that you feel free to comment, share your perspective and make this an interactive experience.
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