Monthly Archives: June 2010

Good times, noodle salad

We digital folk find it difficult to be without our online community. We love our digital relationships so much that anytime we’re presented with a decent 3G signal, we find ourselves temped to check our email. Frankly, Andrea and I … Continue reading

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A standing ovation

PAB is an annual conference and community formed in 2006 which has become a very important part of our lives both as co-organizers and participants. While its roots are in podcasting, the program has matured and become almost exclusively about … Continue reading

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Thank You

Today’s my first full day of freedom. No needles. No zaps. No waiting rooms. No tests. Looming or current. When I discovered that lump, way back in August, I couldn’t have dreamed what lay ahead. When I heard my diagnosis, … Continue reading

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Free at last

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One Rawkin’ Reaction

At a 40th birthday bash last night, Mark and I ran into an acquaintance from our early days of parenting. She asked about JustOneMoreBook! and I told her we’d replaced it with a breast cancer blog. “When did you have … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Kelly!!

Looking forward to celebrating very, very soon!

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Mind, Matter and Mem-brains

We know that living organisms must receive and interpret environmental signals in order to stay alive. In fact, survival is directly related to the speed and efficiency of signal transfer. The speed of electromagnetic energy signals is 186,000 miles per … Continue reading

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Two radiation sessions to go!

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From the Mouth of Bayla #24 : someone else

Today, mom and I went on a walk to Dow’s Lake. We also went to see Sylvester’s family . They are doing really well! His sibling (who was also in the accident) is adapting to his new way of walking … Continue reading

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Happiness Is…

Cycling. In my pre-motherhood life, I cycled across Canada, coast to coast. I cycled through Tuscany, across Newfoundland and Labrador and along the Icefields Parkway, from Jasper to Banff. I cycled in Arizona, the Gulf Islands and in cycling mobs … Continue reading

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Dear Dairy

Two months ago I sucked it up and cut yet another beloved food group from my diet. Since then, my aching, stiff back, joints and limbs have kept me on 24×7 whine. Last weekend, I finally clued in. Since chemotherapy … Continue reading

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Four More

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