Tag: St. Baldrick's

Strive for balance and remember Donna

I don’t know when, but sometime in the past five years that I’ve been blogging, I know that several times I referred a poem about balance that my mom had on the refrigerator for years. I’m pretty sure she took it down and pictures of grandchildren were put up in its place. I meant to... Read more »

Defending God and doing good things

The following is a re-post of a blog from September of 2011, soon after I became involved with St. Baldricks. I love hosting events and meeting people, and despite the pain it gives me to hear the stories of childhood cancer, it’s an honor to be able to DO something, even if it’s not much.... Read more »

A Guilt Free Guide to Charitable Giving in 2013

Cub Scouts, Breast Cancer, Brownies and Little League Baseball players – they all want your money. Premature babies, Veterans, Firefighters and Abandoned animals – the want a piece of you too! Volunteers desperately needed. And supplies. And people who can transport animals. Oh, and for god sake if you can give your time, treasures and... Read more »

Can anger be used for good? This potty mouth mom says YES!

Kenny Chesney. His voice is like buttah. He could sing a song about how much he likes to slowly dismember puppies and kittens with rusty safety scissors and it would still make my heart squishy and my lady parts tingly. But that’s not what this blog is about. Last night when I was driving home... Read more »

St. Baldrick's is at is again with Girl's night out!

Cancer is the biggest douche bag ever. I’m serious. It’s totes an opportunistic prick. I don’t know anyone who disagrees. If cancer were a cereal, it would be ass flakes. If cancer were a plant, it would be a hybrid poison ivy type of thing that smells worse than egg farts poofed through a dog... Read more »

Moms who drink, swear and CARE- Kicking pediatric cancer's ASS

“How can you possibly write such terrible things about being a parent? What is wrong with you? As a parent who has lost a child, I am offended by how ungrateful and clueless you are.” Name withheld That email message wasn’t so much fun to receive. In the early days of Moms who drink and... Read more »