I should have known that something was up when my brother-from-another-mother, Lee, asked me if I wanted to go for a hike.  He was busy with his growing family and I was absorbed in my efforts to resist the new Trump administration. However, we were both training for a big hiking trip at Philmont Scout... Continue Reading →

We Must Do Better

"The impact of cancer lingers well after treatment ends. It affects relationships and emotional health. There is no happy ending when a doctor says remission." (- Petrina Hamm) Yesterday I spent a lot of time scrolling through my friend's facebook page after hearing she'd passed away. My frenzied eyes scanned every word, my brain repeated... Continue Reading →

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