What Wake-Up Calls Teach Us


Not to be all depressing and morose, but this past week has been kind of sad. I've heard one bad story after another. A friend's 17-year-old daughter diagnosed with ovarian cancer; a cousin's 28-year old son's thyroid cancer diagnosis; a co-worker of my husbands with a blood disease so rare I've never heard of it nor can I pronounce it or understand just how the body can turn on itself that way. I've had my personal share of cancer-at-an-early-age, and with that, there's always that jolt, otherwise known as a wake-up call: it spurs you into action to do something, change something, make … Click to Continue Reading