I was not raised in a denomination which observed Lent and it is still rather an unfamiliar practice to me. However, I did make an effort this year to both give up something and to add something to my daily routine that would entail reflection and spiritual practice. I gave up my weekly coffee from
Month: April 2019
I have always had a soft spot for animals. In fact, I have often joked that I like animals more than people. As a teenager, I once slept in the laundry room floor with a cat I rescued, complete with fleas, until my parents agreed to let me keep her. When I was teaching at
I believe the world is incomprehensibly beautiful – an endless prospect of magic and wonder. Ansel Adams Just a few pictures from a picturesque day….disclaimer, the cows are not mine.
Blossom by blossom the spring begins…. Algernon Charles Swinburn These are some random pictures of trees blooming in the month of April around Old Town Conway, Arkansas.
I wrote a piece entitled “Scanxiety” last year on the same issue; however, this one is slightly more developed and delves a little more deeply into the issues and my thought processes. Treatment for cancer – as with many areas of medicine – is a highly individualized science. There are many different subtypes of cancer