Let me start with the Bionic Leg. Many of you have been following my son and daughter-in-love's cancer journey, and I'm very happy to announce that Chelsea has completed her chemo treatments! She hasn't
The History of the Journal1. I didn't know when I started writing the Ginger Gold Mysteries that there would be a journal. When Ginger started hanging out in my head, I knew I wanted a woman who was ahead
I remember a time when I used to blog about this fun thing and that exciting opportunity ~ I think that was back in 2019! Lol. We've all been on a wild ride since then, in one form another. This has been
All the excitement and anticipation over the summer led to this day. This is the Kelowna contingent of the Tour de Cure, made up of Chelsea's loving and supportive family and friends. It started off with
There was a time when I wrote a "Year in Review" blog post every January. I'm not sure when I got out of the practice, but I kind of regret it now. It would be great to look back and see what each year
So excited to be launching a new book and to present a series sale to get late comers started. I'm taking a break from family updates this week, but "hard and good" kind of encapsulates it. More later.
This blog post is dedicated to those fighting cancer, beating cancer, and to those who lost their fight. The thing about Cancer is that almost everyone can say they know someone or are that someone who
It feels like life is a heady bunch of busyness. I'm hanging onto the handlebars of a bike speeding down the hill of time, with my legs thrown out behind me as I dodge the obstacles that threaten to topple