De Dia De Los Muertos

While in Mexico I fell in love with the statues and mannequins that represent  Dia De Los Muertos.  My children were aghast when I said I wanted a full size mannequin for my dining room.  "Mom, that's morbid" they exclaimed.  When I looked at these mannequins though, I saw nothing morbid about them.  In fact, … Continue reading De Dia De Los Muertos

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Survivors Guilt

How It Really Feels to Advocate   If you were to look at my Facebook feed, or my instagram page, you might get the impression I love advocating for ovarian cancer awareness.  You might also think that I am somewhat successful in my efforts, I have faithful supporters and it is my life's ambition to … Continue reading Survivors Guilt

Parents Say the Darnedest Things

Parenthood brings many surprises.  In addition to the fact that you can go days at a time without sleep and those D cup boobs aren't as fun as you thought they'd be, you find yourself engaged in activities you never knew existed.  Between my 3 biological sons and 1 stepson, I've spent time marveling (& … Continue reading Parents Say the Darnedest Things

Turn Your Town Teal

#teamtealsix #cancersucks #ovariancancer #sandyrollman #randomactsofteal #tealisthenewpink Purpose What do you do when the shit is all cleaned up?  The divorce is final, your body and soul have healed, you're settled into your new home, your new tribe is established?  When it's all over, something new sets in.  I would describe it as boredom, but it … Continue reading Turn Your Town Teal

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

This phrase describes my life more frequently as I age.  The most recent example happened this morning on FB. I've been trying to raise awareness about ovarian cancer (ovca).  Last night I wrote a post about the CA125 blood test and pelvic ultrasound.  These are usually the 1st 2 tests done to diagnose ovca.  In … Continue reading No Good Deed Goes Unpunished