On My Way

On My Way

As many of you know, this journey has been going on for more than 3 years now. On Halloween of 2018, I had surgery to remove my left breast, because the tumor had gotten big enough that the surgeon said it had to be done. (I couldn’t have regretted this decision...
In Memory of James

In Memory of James

In 2007, at 19 years old, James Burns began his battle with testicular cancer. After being treated with chemotherapy, he became eligible for surgery to remove his testicle. Over the next few years James underwent blood tests and CAT scans every 3-6 months to monitor...
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...
Noble Warrior

Noble Warrior

On Valentine’s Day of 2021 my wife and I went to Mt. Bachelor in Bend for a week of skiing. We bought our week’s tickets and went out to our car to get ready to go skiing. I started to put on my ski boot. As I was jamming my foot into my right ski boot when...
One Tough Cookie

One Tough Cookie

“The Angry Avocado and the Tough Cookie” (excerpts from a book by Marselo Marshall, in honor of his mom Autumn Marshall. One sunny weekend Markus, mom and I were hanging around in our tree, when we were all suddenly picked by the farmer and placed in a wicker basket....
DO Something

DO Something

Humanity is fully intact” by Jill Anderson With everything going on in the world today between the pandemic, schools shutting down and social injustice, it can sometimes seem like no one cares.  I have had the honor of meeting Baron Robison, and being witness to his...