My blog is back!! I got rid of the naughty phrase and now it’s onthebrinkofpink.com Here is what I think of insurance companies… … More Living or Dying? It depends which insurance company you ask.￼
In just a few weeks, I will have been a black belt for 10 years. I know the majority of the cancer community objects to metaphors involving fighting: “fighting cancer”, “the fight with cancer”, and “the battle with cancer”, but martial arts is my sport, and when I started in 2006 I never dreamed I … More My Fourth Degree Black Belt:Why I am Testing and Who I’m taking with me
The flavor of my life became Artificial Watermelon in 2010, when I was given a year to live because I knew that wasn’t the full time to LIVE. No doctor could tell me how long I had to be well or how well I would feel on any given treatment, so each day could … More Artificial Watermelon
Today is my baby’s 11th birthday. He was 2 when I was first diagnosed with breast cancer and was still in diapers. This means for 9 years I’ve been looking at him and bursting into tears, thinking that I won’t live to see him grow up. When he went into kindergarten, I thought I had … More Growing up in the pink
When I decided to get serious about bringing more awareness to metastatic breast cancer, I was thrilled that Susan G Komen asked me to be part of a national campaign. Three women were profiled on “What gives me strength.” One got her strength from her voice, the other were her kids, and mine was fighting back. I was … More What I am actually fighting
I had a blog years ago, long before everyone and their tumor had a blog. I guess you could say I was a hipster long before being a hipster was even a thing; as soon as something was too trendy it was time for me to move on. This applied to everything from haircuts to cities. … More Hip to be Pink?