About Me

My Mom passed away from Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Large Cell B Diffuse i, just 13 months after she was diagnosed after her only symptom of standing up and breaking her Tibia bone. She endured with courage 13 months of treatment with a great deal of grace, laughter, bravery and strength all of whom she was already. I was so fortunate to have  such a loving, supportive, realistic, brave, kind, gentle, fun, hard working Mom whom I called a friend. There are so many memories and lessons she brought to all that knew her during her lifetime. My blog is a place where I will to share the light of who she was as well as the memories and lessons that she brought to us during her life and battle with cancer,  as well as share my thoughts and stories of living and thriving in a positive way in the journey we call life.

28 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Thank you for stopping by the Jenn stories and giving me the opportunity to discover your blog. I am so sorry for your loss, and think it is wonderful for you to be able to process here among us. Thank you for sharing some of yourself–and your mother, too.


  2. Hello! I just wanted to thank you for following my blog. I can see that you have had a rough time, loosing your mother in such a brutal way! I send you the best of wishes for the next year, must it bring happiness and bright days to you!
    Warm regards from Tussila

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  3. My sympathies and thoughts are with you. I lost my mom several years ago and it leaves a hole in the heart.
    Thank you for stopping by InspiredByMyMom.com as this was my opportunity to discover your blog.
    If you’re interested, I love for you to contribute a story about your mom. I’ve read thru your blog and see that she has been a great inspiration in your life.
    So, if you’d like to consider my request, please contact me thru the blog – from the About page.

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    1. Thank you and my sympathies are with you as well. Thanks for following my blog as well, I really enjoy reading your stories and inspiration. Thank you so much, I appreciate your kindness, I would love to contribute.


  4. I’m so glad you found my blog today. My heart broke as I read about your mom. Losing my mom has been such a journey through grief. Blessings and continued healing to you (and through you). May all you have shared with her remain strong in you. 💗

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  5. I am sorry for your loss. My mom passed almost 9 years ago from a massive stroke. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about her and cherish my wonderful memories of her.

    Thank you for stopping by to read and follow Hope For Today. I, indeed hope you will find hope as you visit. I look forward to reading your blog.

    Blessings Dear!

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  6. I have enjoyed your writings, your exhortations are a source of comfort and edification. My wife has a form of leukemia which right now is controlled with the help of chemo meds. We praise the Lord for every minute together as we truly are one not just in the sacrament of marriage but in the Lord as well!
    Been gone a couple of months and just got a new computer so checking up on my brothers and sisters and gleaning from their spiritual wisdom and truly enjoying the adventure as missed it for a while!
    Somewhere along the line, I missed you blog name change, but went ahead and changed it on my “Blogs I follow” page. I have been very blessed by your writing and will definitely continue coming back for inspiration and edification! I follow so many of my brothers and sisters, but that is what makes us all a part of the Body of Christ!!
    God bless you greatly Sis as you continue ministering (serving) all of us and encouraging us with spiritual wisdom and insight!


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