Cancer took my maternal grandpa at a young 70 years of age (nearly three years younger than my dad is now), as well as several of his brothers, sisters and cousins. It stole my buddies Carl Sullivan and Travis Allen. It continues to try and take away two of my uncles and nearly took a … Continue reading Cancer – A Memorandum to the Beast
I've recently became acquainted with a lady whom I’ll call “Kay.” Kay is a tough lady, for sure. She lives in a small house on a small street in a small town. Just one of millions. Pass her at the grocery store and nothing particularly stands out about her. Just one of millions. When you … Continue reading Kay’s Story: “Everyone Deserves A Home”
Being around those who are terminally ill is always awkward for me, but Hollie put people at ease immediately with her goofy sense of humor and her contagious laugh. She was all about laughing through the pain, smiling through the fatigue, pushing herself as long as physically possible, resting a while and then getting up and doing it all over again. We lost Hollie to cancer on Monday, June 19. Rest in peace, my friend. See ya soon.