Finding the Words

September 21, 2021 | Danielle | Family | 0

The past few months have been some of the hardest of my life, which is saying a lot since I’ve faced colon cancer twice. My health’s been great, and my family’s still in-tact. But we’ve faced a lot of other stuff, hard stuff, and I’ve got very few words to show for it.  This blog…

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What two funerals taught me about the power of presence

October 13, 2019 | Danielle | Cancer Survivorship | 0

Over the weekend, I attended two funerals in two days. As I’ve been processing these losses, and searching for a survival tip for today, a simple thought came to my mind:  be present. Our presence to one another is a great gift we can offer to show support. Goodbye, Eva The first funeral I attended…

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How to Trust God When My Friends Are Dying

February 23, 2016 | Danielle | Cancer Survivorship, Faith | 0

“How could you…? Why didn’t you…? “Where were you…?” I struggled to find the strength to complete my prayerful sentences. I didn’t want to pray my honest prayers. And it wasn’t because I was scared to hurt God’s feelings; I’d moved past that months ago. The memories of dearly loved friends who went all too…

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