In the event that you haven’t by any chance read the book The Help or seen the movie by the same name, then I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce both Silver Lining experiences to you! I am hopeful that you will enjoy them as much as I have!
The farmer’s market is full of beets these days. I used to think that beets were gross. A couple of years ago, however, I fell… continue reading
A friend recently asked if I was super excited to get out of San Francisco….to be DONE with my breast cancer treatments. Actually, I must separate the two. I’m ready to be DONE with treatment; however, I’ve fallen head over heels in love with San Francisco (a BIG Silver Lining)!
Juicing has never been my favorite thing. There. I said it. I’ve always perceived it to be tedious, messy and (especially for all of the work) not so tasty. Since my breast cancer diagnosis, however, I’m much more open to shedding preconceived notions!
Poetry…beautiful, soul-searching, enchanting, eye-popping, inspirational poetry keeps coming into my life (Silver Lining). I’ve never been a big poetry fan. Ok, honestly, I have always… continue reading
I’ve always known that fiber is good for you. Great for cleaning out, etc. However, since my breast cancer diagnosis, the importance of fiber has taken on a whole new, Silver Lined importance.
This weekend, the HOTY (a/k/a Husband of the Year) and our daughter Finally Five came for a visit. I was out of my mind excited… continue reading
Today is the day of my “dry run” of radiation for breast cancer. My nerves are on high alert; however, the Silver Linings continue to appear.
Jules Allen is one of those people who, if she weren’t so darn nice, a girl could really be snarky about her because she is… continue reading
Now that my chemo is DONE and my port-a-cath is OUT, it’s time to begin the Road to Radiation. Silver Lining: this is the LAST part of my treatment regimen. Yippeeee-do!