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The Sacred Ordinary a year in the life of a breast cancer patient

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The Sacred Ordinary · 11M ago

the broken places

We all have them.The broken places.Broken by heartache or tragedy or life's disappointments.The broken places that are our familiar.They often cause us to hold on to people or things or idea...
The Sacred Ordinary · 11M ago

Vallejo Relay for Life 2016

Hello dear Reader.  Happy Summer to you. Happy Relay for Life of Vallejo!This morning I walked in my sixth Relay as a six year advanced stage breast cancer Survivor.  Breast cancer sucks fol...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

Furry Angels

In the years since my diagnosis and this blog, we've had some big changes in our family.  I can't say enough how the furry angels in my house helped me all through treatment.  They were quit...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

Happy Mother's Day!

Greetings, greetings, greetings!I am so blessed and happy to celebrate Mother's Day today,6 years cancer free,and the 6 year anniversary of my blog "The Sacred Ordinary!'Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!G...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

Autumn

There is something about Autumn; sad and beautiful.  Just a week ago our tree in the front yard was on fire.  Now most of the crimson and orange leaves are scattered on the lawn and flagston...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

Our worst, HIS best

Well ain't that grand, another blogger randomly found me, and then shared my SURRENDER PRAYER in her blog!  Yay!  That made my day!  Check it out, click here! I love that, half way around th...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

Give Me Some Hope to Follow, And I Will Run

Cara Girl and I had a great time walking the survivor's lap August 3rd at the Vallejo Relay for Life last weekend.  Oh what a victory for us both, especially Cara, who didn't let her pain or...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

DIEP in the heart of Texas

Naw, I didn't have my DIEP in the heart of Texas, but part of my heart lives in Texas, hey there to my Sister Jane Marie.  Hey Girl.  Congrats on the newest baby of the family, Rebecca, 18 y...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

I DON'T LOOK LIKE WHAT I'VE BEEN THROUGH

This song I heard in church a few weeks ago sure resonates with me.Lord I don't look like what I've been through.Remember this?That was me in the chemo chair, after five months of the good s...
The Sacred Ordinary · 1Y ago

Go Angelina!

I have so much to tell you about, almost one month out from my DIEP breast reconstruction.  Wow, hardest slowest month ever.  I thank you so much for all your love and support during a chall...