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, April 3, 2013
We've decided to train for a half marathon. No, we aren't going to run it, as if we could! We will walk it. Our routine includes a 2.5 to 3 mile walk with the dogs every day, and an additional 5-7 mile hike on one of our many local trails. The weather has been perfect over my spring break, but if weather warnings mean anything, the party is over for all of the fun in the sun. Looks like it's going to get back to normal around here with 50 degree temperatures and rain.
Eggs and toast make a great start to a light but protein filled breakfast. Great way to start the day before exercising. The half marathon gives money to a local women's soccer team and to a cancer fund.