August 4, 2019
More Than Just Another Historical Moment

More Than Just Another Historical Moment

At the end of a staff meeting at Bye Aerospace a couple weeks ago, our CEO asked anyone who was old enough to watch Neil Armstrong […]
July 5, 2019

The Year President Nixon Ruined My Summer

In the summer of 1973, every kid in America who survived summer boredom by watching daytime television was devastated when regular programming was pre-empted by the […]
June 4, 2019
Memorial Day Remembrance

Find the Cost of Freedom

Over Memorial Day weekend, Rene and I paid our respects to the over 6,000 Coloradoans killed in action and the hundreds of thousands of American troops […]
April 9, 2019

Get Ready to Interpret My Weird Dreams!

Hi everyone, My intention was to write an inspirational spring blog about rebirth and daffodils, but the day I started this post, Denver was experiencing a […]
August 11, 2018

Ca 27.29 Biomarker: Be(a)ware

Summary: Some breast cancer survivors, like me, are routinely tested for a tumor biomarker, Ca 27.29. Elevated test results may be an early indicator of recurrence. […]
July 29, 2018

Lymphedema & Cataracts: The Unexpected Physical Effects of Breast Cancer

For months, I have been advocating to bring more attention to the long-term psychological impact of cancer. But this time, I’m going to share a couple […]
May 30, 2018

Transitions

Prefer it on audio? Listen to it below! Just what is it about the month of May? High school and college graduations, the completion of another […]
May 5, 2018

For Genene.

If you prefer to listen to my blog instead, you can hear it below!   Oh, the highs and lows of life. In early April, my […]
April 1, 2018

Expensive Lessons Are The Best Lessons

Do you prefer to listen to the blog? You can do that here!   Thirteen years ago this month, my divorce was finalized and I turned […]