“In my eagerness to create a legacy of some kind, sometimes I need to remind myself that just BEING and not always DOING is okay too.” ~ Vesna Zic-Cotê
Maxine Valiquette passed away peacefully on July 17, 2020 at the tender age of 51. She had metastatic breast cancer. She was a role model in all ways possible, and a strong believer in integrative cancer care.
What do you think of when you see a sunflower…sunshine, summer, happiness? Ellen Nadarajah eloquently writes about the symbolism she sees in sunflowers facing eastward.
Do you feel like Monty the Alpaca? Can’t do a thing with your hair. Whether you have no hair, thinning hair, or Covid hair, I know where you can get a super soft and breathable headscarf.
Everyone knows someone. The six degrees of separation often starts with a chance meeting.
Before I even started chemotherapy, I ran out and bought a wig because I couldn’t imagine having no hair days.
Fear is contagious during times of chaos. How do we find calm inside the storm? We look for ways to reach out and help others. It’s the kind gestures that create compassion and make a difference.
We all know someone living with cancer. But, do we consider the challenges of dressing for breast cancer?