Archive for September 2014

Brynlee and Ryan's Story: A Second Chance at Life

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.      By Melissa Davis “Sometimes being a brother is better than being a superhero. “- Marc Brown. For our family,, my daughter’s... Read more »

Matt's Story: Wishing

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Cindy Nysschen You spend your life wishing. Wishing for a better, newer car. An awesome vacation. I know I do. Even... Read more »

Caemon's Story: In My Mind, We Ran Away

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Timaree Marston On December 10, 2012, we woke up in our home as a family one last time. We got into... Read more »
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Ryan's Family Story: Where Are You Going?

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Anita Wagner As we walked up to the mortuary where we had viewed, touched, and seen my beautiful little boy’s body... Read more »

Sonya's Story: Princess Maeve and the Dragon

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   Illustrated and Written By Sonya Keith “Princess Maeve and the Dragon” is an illustrated children’s e-book drawn and conceived by Sonya to... Read more »

Will's Story: Being Annoyed

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Joan Kelley Will was 16 when he was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June of 2009. It was the day... Read more »
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Cade's Story: Seriously, He Has What?

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Deann Perkins In February 2008 our world as we knew it was forever changed as our son Cade was born with... Read more »

Enzo's Story: In the Middle of the Fight

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Tina Peloquin I’ll have my meltdown later. I’m not suggesting I haven’t cried real tears and really hard, or that I haven’t... Read more »

Sara's Story: Cancer In My Dreams

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   By Erin Martorano Cancer It drags so many emotions along with it. It left our house, but I’m still haunted. Our daughter, Sara,... Read more »
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Dari's Story: Speaking 'Child'

My bunny baby Aimee battled DIPG and is forever 12. "A ribbon is just a ribbon without a face. Add pigtails and a baseball cap and it becomes a child" That was her. She was amazing.
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day a different guest blogger will be featured who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.   Photography by Dari McManus I’m not certain how or when Dari’s path first crossed mine.  Maybe it was when I was writing... Read more »