Long Road Ahead

Long Road Ahead

Sandy’s Journey:  In June of 2021 Sandy got a cold and it took an extra-long time for her to recover from. A few weeks after in July she went to the doctor since she was having high heart rates and feeling extra tired. The doctor ordered blood work to be done. They...
Ray of Hope

Ray of Hope

My husband, Jeff Morrison, turned 59 this  August 7, 2021.  A few days later on Aug. 10, 2021,  he was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer. What Next? For the last few month he had been experiencing stomach pain that would go from mild pain, which he thought was...
Can’t Steal My Joy

Can’t Steal My Joy

My journey In early 2019, I found a lump in my left breast. I panicked. It came as out of nowhere. I quickly made an appointment and within a week I was getting a mammogram. My mammogram came back clear, but because there was an obvious lump I was referred to have an...
Somethings Just Happen

Somethings Just Happen

Asking “how” or “why me” when given a cancer diagnosis does not serve towards healing.  Sometimes, people who eat a plant based diet, exercise regularly, with no history of smoking or drinking still get cancer.  Sometimes, things just happen. For Jennifer, the lung...
Yes… YOU can

Yes… YOU can

Rebecca Smith’s story I have had multiple health issues as far back as I can remember, starting at about age 13. I always had pains in my stomach, legs, arms, and back. Plus I felt weak a lot! I also would gain weight, then for years was so underweight the doctors...
Five times a WINNER

Five times a WINNER

In 1996, at age 43, Becky went back to school at Marylhurst University, while working a full-time job. Three months later she was diagnosed with advanced stage breast cancer. It was a really tough time to get such a diagnosis. Her kids were young, her career was at...