I Must Be Crazy

It was several weeks ago that I shot a message to my soon-to-be sister-in-law asking if she was up for trying her hand at Chase the Ace.  For those of you who aren't familiar with the game, here's how it works.  You purchase tickets, which get dumped into a large container or drum.  Once ticket … Continue reading I Must Be Crazy

Life After Cancer

The first time I heard the word 'Cancer', it was my mother's diagnosis.  She was in her mid thirties, being diagnosed with breast cancer.  It was a terrifying experience.  I was 16, it was my father's birthday, and no one knew what to make of it.  We took each day as they came.  Surgeries (double … Continue reading Life After Cancer