What are you going to do this weekend?We are going to the beach, in order to let the children eat more fruit, we are making one Monochrome fruit salad. We will see if it works! Hope you have a good one, here are some links from the web…
return, It’s fascinating.
Love These beautiful sandals.
The most dreamy Fire Island Retreat.
I just finished this memoir like it.
return, Ha ha ha ha.
“We will never spend money to buy anything,” Including frozen pizza and luxury home furnishings.
Oh you will do Spaghetti this summer?
The most beautiful color Kitchen cabinet.
In addition, three reader comments:
Rachel says What does it mean to treat cancer as a battle“My friend D. worked as a hospice social worker for ten years early in his career. He chose to treat his metastatic cancer diagnosis as an uninvited dance partner, one who was curious and elegant when they moved together. People who are close to humor cross time and space.”
Maaike says What does it mean to treat cancer as a battle“I am a cancer survivor, but I never find the battle analogy helpful. I think the most appropriate analogy is that cancer is like being in a storm. This is-like the weather-not something you can fight against. You Just hold on tightly and hope to get through. Then, when you finish the treatment and hope you can finally breathe again, you must inspect the wreckage and pick up the pieces, and then reassemble yourself in a way that is still suitable for you Get up. And, yes, you can find victory in it.”
Carmen says What does it mean to treat cancer as a battle: “My mother specifically asked to say in her obituary that she died after the “adventure” of cancer. She has gone through many adventures in the 19 years she was with me, so this makes a lot of sense to me. She thinks Although the experience of cancer is terrible and cruel, it is too beautiful to be called a battle. This is true—our community has shown us so much love. Now, 20 years later, I can fully appreciate what a great gift it is to be able to define this experience as an adventure.”
(Photo by Coney Island courtesy of Stella Blackmond.)