Archive for September 2015

Sheila's Story: A Love Letter to My Daughter's Oncologist

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day I will feature a different guest blogger who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.  By Sheila Quirke  Dear Stew, I am fairly certain that you will read these words and they will embarrass you.  That’s okay. You’ve... Read more »

Jacob's Story: A Part of Me In The Winds

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day I will feature a different guest blogger who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.  By Jacob Wagner  The day when my little brother, Ryan (you can read Ryan’s Story HERE), was diagnosed with cancer it seemed to... Read more »

Amy's Story: What September Brings

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day I will feature a different guest blogger who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.  By Amy Aldridge  Oh, September. You’re a tough month to swallow. You bring a sea of gold, emphasizing my loss and the losses... Read more »
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Kellen's Story: In God We Trust

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day I will feature a different guest blogger who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.  By Jill Bolling  “In God We Trust,” found on every penny. Whether heads up or heads down, that penny is a symbol of... Read more »

Kaden's Story: He Was Welcomed

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day I will feature a different guest blogger who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.  By Alison Hopkins  There is nothing like it, the sweet smell of your babies! I would bask in the scent of my boys... Read more »

Mia's Story: Beauty and Cancer

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Each day I will feature a different guest blogger who will generously share their personal experience with childhood cancer.  Stories are always more potent than statistics.  By Lisa Jacobs Gurevitz  “Your daughter has a mass in her brain.”  That’s me.  That’s us, our family, living, laughing, loving and crying... Read more »
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Matthew's Story: The Hat

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 Kelli Tracy It all started with a hat.  A simple baseball cap.  Unassuming, tan, a yellow sunshine on it –... Read more »

Collin's and Patrick's Story: Don't Turn 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 Kathleen Henry  I’ve stared at this screen too many times in the last week, avoiding writing this entry. It seems... Read more »

Maya's Story: 'The Girl With Cancer' Moves Forward

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 Maya  My name is Maya.  I’m 14 years old, and I finished 27 months of treatment for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia... Read more »
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Cole's Story: God Knows My Future

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 Cole Eicher  A little under two years ago I was diagnosed at 12 years old with a brain tumor, Medulloblastoma. ... Read more »