My mom and I have always had a very unusual relationship. Growing up, we were more like sisters instead of the mother/daughter relationship you typically see, at times this hasn’t always been the best in regarding my much needed own personal space and trying to find my own identity from hers. However, I can tell you, I would never change…

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I am currently working on several different projects, catching up on overdue post but most importantly trying to spend as much time as I can with family. On a more serious business note today, I want to share something I’m working on with CTCA and my mom. Her story will be featured soon along with my link to my blog…

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I know I’m not the only one to venture back to my parents in search of meaning. To feel a piece of where my roots started. If gives me that boost of peace and rejuvenation I need, but for many over this past week it has seriously been devastating to see their roots be flooded by water. For most this…

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It’s early morning and I’m laying listening to the sounds of the thunder and heavy rains that are blowing in. As I’m laying here the only thing on my mind is my mother. We have been experiencing a little scare or at least me since that’s all I worry about are the little things but she has been having lumps…

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Reminiscing is sometimes difficult to do at times. It almost makes me wish I had Alzheimer’s, only because I’m so passionate about my family and love them so deeply that it pains my heart on wishing I could do it all over again. As an imperfect human, the experiences and memories I’ve probably, intentionally kept buried. As a soul trying…

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After walking away from seeing my mother in hospital beds and almost losing her life in a flash of an eye, at the time it felt like life was on repeat and the unknown of what the outcome would be. My most happiest moments of course has been sharing my journey through my blog, to learn, listen, share, give and…

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The Journey of becoming cancer-free and a new CTCA Advocate of the Georgia treatment center: There are millions, millions of cancer stories and untold cancer stories happening every day. My mother started her journey with one foot in the grave and the other as you would say on the banana peel, as we all thought we would have such a…

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