My sister Gloria has always been my idol but now she is over the top. She has not only accepted her newly acquired “be-wigged” status but the endless amount of glamor that she put in place has given all who love her a tinge of happiness for her new and younger look. Nothing like a […]
Received a package containing 5 wigs from my WIG angel, Victoria LaRosa from I’m Still Me in Warrenton , VA. I’ve spent the last 2 days modeling them for my husband Bryant. We laughed at the country western looking wig, the Gravel Gertie wig and he was able to give me input on the others.
The sun is shining, the daffodils, hyacinths and crocus are blooming and all seems well in my life. I covet my good days! They are days in which I really appreciate that I am alive. When you are a Cancer patient you tend to analyze every little discomfort as being related to your chronic disease.
Gloria is best known for her days in theatre. From serious drama, such as Two for the See Saw, to Musical Comedies galore. 20 years in the theatre I got to see my wife in just about every costume you can imagine. So when the Big Guns kicked in I was ready for the new
One of the scariest parts for a woman going through Chemo is the loss of one’s hair. At least for me it was. Having my hair gone, in my mind, was losing my identity. Could I still love myself? The answer to that question is that I have lost my hair and I do still
What in the world does “Crossing the Chasm”, a phrase coined by Geoffrey Moore, a business consultant, have to do with Breast Cancer. Quite frankly nothing. It just came to my mind of the metaphorical likenesses of the therapeutic stages of treating Breast Cancer. For a business in its early stage you are hoping to