In 2006, my husband was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. They gave him three months to live. Within a month, my stepson was killed. Grieving deeply, I had to find a job while caring for my husband. I felt hopeless and was desperate to find a survivor of glioblastoma multiforme, but only found memorial sites, so I created my own site, compelled to give hope to others. Ted’s still going strong and inspires me every day. This is a site for hope. firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Back from our ten day journey
Aug. 12 outside our cabin site in West Yellowstone. Ted is in the center,
I'm to his left and our niece, Liza, the one with the hat, happened to be visiting the park at the
same time. What a nice surprise it was to meet up with her.
Ominous warning signs to what was a very peaceful hike to Avalanche Lake in Glacier National Park on Aug. 16, 2012. It was a beautiful 4 mile roundtrip hike. We were told to talk a lot on the trail and clap our hands loudly when coming around a bend in the trail. Bears don't like to be surprised. With mountain lions, you're pretty much out of luck. If they want you, they want you, but most stay away from humans.
Avalanche Lake at the end of the trail. Well worth the hike.