1. Being bald is terrifying and freeing all at the same time. (No offense men). Buying a wig, or as I call it “head squirrel” is a chance for you to change your look, so try on LOTS of looks! But do stay away from that rainbow Afro wig we always see in the stands […]
1. I know how you feel Don’t ever say that unless you’ve been in that same situation. And even if you personally had that same cancer, everyone’s journey is different. 2. My Aunt Sue had that and it was horrible. She didn’t make it. WHAT?! Don’t EVER tell anyone who has just been diagnosed about […]
Having cancer doesn’t mean you are known forever as a “cancer survivor.” It’s only one aspect of your journey in life, IT DOES NOT DEFINE YOU!
Thank you to the individuals and businesses who have so graciously supported GYRB this year! Because of their generosity and support, we have the funds necessary to assist 20 local cancer patients! Lasting Impressions Michelle Annese-Bleichert, Mary Kay St Peter’s Health Partners Beth Byrne & John Hurley Tony Mangino Mitsubishi Stone Bridge Iron & Steel […]
Things I learned helping my mother iron every Saturday of my childhood (life lessons from my Mom): 1. My Dad actually blows his nose over and over again in the same handkerchief each day. Just one of MANY I had to iron every Saturday morning. I don’t get that. AT ALL. 2. Mom used to […]
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