I write about a lot of things, but more often than not it’s pediatric cancer and what it means to hold gratitude and lament in the same clenched fist.

This is the heavy wait. Together it feels lighter. I am glad you are here.

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Road Rage

To the guy who flipped me off merging on to the toll road this morning,  I’m sorry that I wasn’t paying close attention to the merging lanes. You’d think after driving this route, this many times, that I’d know the…

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Plans for Philly. HuCar T Day -33

We got our dates for Philly.  Yesterday I was driving, mind wandering, thinking, “Crazy to think that everything will turn on a dime when that call comes in.” And then two hours later, that call came in. Cells are in…

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A Quick Trip to Philly- Part Two

Read part one here. Check back for part three, four, five- I mean, who knows how long I’ll go. Less than 48-hours we were back in Denver and my mom was driving us home from the airport. I checked the…

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A Quick Trip to Philly-Part One

It’s been over two weeks since our trip to Philly. The cliff-hangar where I told you all that we were going to check and see if Beaudin’s cancer had returned and then went radio silent. We found out the results,…

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Vic Gulas and Gram

When I was in college I spent a lot to time doing the following: Partying, being hungover, and helping my grandma. I know, I know, one of these things is not like the others, but that was me. I partied…

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