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Spreading pancreatic cancer awareness, in memory of my Mom

Twenty-four years ago, my mom was about to celebrate her 52nd birthday. She spent the day, March 7, in a hospital room, surrounded by cards and flowers. She had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer the previous month and the prognosis wasn’t good. She was given about six months to live, but the cancer spread quickly […]

Did we place too much hope on 2021?

The first week of 2021 sure didn’t live up any expectations of a new optimistic start. The Holderness family summed it up well in their video this week. G-d bless the Holderness family. Their videos have been such a bright spot during the past 10 months. Despite trying to surround myself with positivity, I’m feeling […]

2020 in the rearview mirror

As we reach the end of 2020, we look optimistically to 2021. As my 12-year-old pointed out, it’s not like something magical will happen as we enter 2021, yet it’s still a relief that we made it through this year. Unfortunately, there are way too many people who cannot say that. According to worldometers.info.com, the […]