Just quick note on how much it sucks: now I know what it's like to experience what families go through with this horrible and epidemic-sized disease. It's not fun. It's heart-wrenching and exhausting. But it has made me appreciate life more and realize that I cannot take things or the people in my life for granted. Everyone is connected, everyone is affected by cancer.
Our little family on Signal Hill, sitting on a Newfoundland dog statue,
where the first transatlantic wireless signal was made in 1901 by Guglielmo Marconi.
My sweet baby girl a day after arriving home :)
My latest ring obsession: old style Navajo rings with lots of silver balls!!
A used eBay special...it's fabulous though :)
On a different and more vain note (I realize I'm becoming much more vain in my 30's than I ever was in my 20's...oy): I've finally made it to a size 10 (in clothes). I'm leary to look at my weight since eating tonnes of sugar and ice cream during our 4 week trip to the East. But I am back at the gym anyhow, so no worries there. I can't wait to get into a size 8!! Never have I ever been that size!
God bless and Cheers!!