Archive for September 2014

Bryson's Story: Miracles Happen

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 Kathryn Bryson “Never give up, this may be your moment for a miracle.” This has become our motto the last four... Read more »

Kaidan's Story: American Dream Teetering on a Fault

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 Mystee Sudbury Just before I sat down to write this story about my brave girl, I went out to the mailbox... Read more »

Teddy's Story: Stolen by Cancer

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 Jessica Gerber You never forget the first time you see your child. You look into his or her eyes and anything seems... Read more »
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Ben's Story: A Mother's Letter

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 Sarah Brewer Dear Ben, My dear, sweet ray of sunshine. A child who very rarely complains, choosing to hold your fears close... Read more »

Hannah's Story: The Girl Runs in Her 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 Lynn Simons “Hey Mom, it was  a good thing that tumor was in my ribs, rather than in my leg.  If... Read more »

Isaac's Story: A Nest Filled with Love

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 Sarah Steiner I held his hand as he died.  Just as his time in the womb was just between me and... Read more »
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Erin's Story: Being a Childhood Cancer Survivor

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 Miller In February 1983, when I was 5 years and 9 months old, my parents heard those words that no one... Read more »

Shea's Story: Coming Home for Good

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 Liz Anderluh Life was fairly idyllic before 2008. High school sweethearts, we had three beautiful daughters, a comfortable home, even a cabin near... Read more »

Joey's Story: A Legacy of Laughter

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 Kathy Glow It’s difficult to wrap your head around the fact that your five-year-old child has an inoperable brain tumor when just... Read more »
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Cole's Story: The Lucky Ones

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 Michelle Zenie On May 15, 2001, our family welcomed our second child, Aidan. For one week, we had a perfect little family... Read more »