What Cancer Thought Me

How is it possible that when you have the ones you love around you and be there for you whenever you need them you feel so alone? How is it possible to feel guilty, night after night for disciplining your children? How is it possible that you have the need to explain yourself to everyone... Continue Reading →

Happy Birthday To My Little Cancer Miracle๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ๐ŸŽˆ

Never in a million years did I ever imagine I would be a single mother of five children, much less a single mother of five boys. Here's a little secret, I once wished every baby I had was going to be a girl, but I was blessed with five handsome boys and I wouldn't want... Continue Reading →

Teenagers, Listen Up!

๏ปฟSometimes when I look back on some of my posts, it seems that I write a lot about doom and gloom. I feel as though the day I was diagnosed with Cancer I have had lots of luck, but bad luck, now, I have turned a lot of my bad luck into something positive. Because... Continue Reading →

Hatred VS Forgiveness

Hatred VS Forgiveness. It is so easy to accept the path of hatred, it seems to be the easiest, but is it? I often question that myself. Hatred can bring you to a very dark place and make you say and do such wrong things. I guess it's all a part of the grieving process,... Continue Reading →

What Would You Think Of Me?

What would you think of me if I said I hated my life? Would you think less of me? Would you pity me? Would you think that I am ungrateful?  What would you think of me if I said there are days I wish cancer had taken me because life is so hard? Would you... Continue Reading →

Fighting My Own Evil

Three years ago tomorrow, April Fools Day, my current life as I knew it was over. The last three years have been difficult to deal with and it still is. Three years ago tomorrow was the day I was given the most devastating news of my health, stage 2b breast cancer, cancer at 35, cancer... Continue Reading →

It Takes A Lot To Be Brave

  This past Saturday I hosted my second Shave For The Brave for my children's hockey association, but it is the third year in a row for my children and nephew participating. It has become a tradition for my children and nephew and a tradition that we look forward to and throughly enjoy each year... Continue Reading →

To The One I Love

Life has a strange way of changing, it can change in the blink of an eye. Never did I imagine for a second that I would be diagnosed with cancer, going through depression and anxiety and going through a divorce at age 35 and still be where I am today, but here I am and... Continue Reading →

Anxiety Doesn’t Knock First๏ปฟ

So, today I was"busy", most every day I am "busy". I'm really not sure why this has to happen at the most inappropriate times. All I know is that I feel very sad and very lonely. I often say to myself "how do you feel lonely Kelly? You have five children, a boyfriend, and a... Continue Reading →

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