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“A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself” -Joseph Campbell 18 years ago, I kissed a guy goodbye and watched as the bus drove him away to one of his greatest life adventures. And challenges. 18 years ago, I cried the first tears of many. Tears of

Tuesday Tidbits | 02.21.17

Why can’t people find better hobbies and use their intelligence to cure cancer or something? Came home from a weekend in Phoenix, only to discover unauthorized charges on my main credit card. The card is in my possession and I’ve reviewed everywhere I’ve been and used it. All legit businesses. Sigh. Our home network is

Year In Review –> 2016

Now that all of our family should have received their snail mail versions, I am okay to post. For the first time in many, MANY years, I did not send out Christmas cards and I did NOT design my own newsletter. Gasp. I know. Time this year just got away from me, so the family

Miscellaneous Monday

We leave for Hawaii on Wednesday y’all. Nothing is packed and my house is a disaster zone. Breathe, Lacey.   I finally got my main 2017 race schedule ironed out and paid for. So far, there is one local race and three travel races. I’ll probably pick up a couple more local races along the

Miscellaneous Monday

I finally finished A Man Called Ove, my third whole book this year. We won’t mention that 2 were audiobooks finished during our PCS here…LOL!   Yesterday, Bryan and I were supposed to go walking. Instead, it turned into an over 5.5 mile and 500+ foot ascent hike. You’d think after 17.5 years, I’d know

2 Years of Kicking Cancers Ass

On August 28th, I celebrated two years post-chemo. Two years of kicking cancers ass to the curb. Two years of suffering through side effects and living life anyway. What have I been doing in those 2 years…well, let’s see. Obviously, NOT blogging. LOL! I RAN my first 5K in 5 years. I spent a week at