I remember when my parents used to convert our small living room into three tables for bridge and their friends would arrive after supper, talking the talk of grownups. From eye level to a card table, I remember the women smoking incessantly,
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When my doctor asked if I ever smoked cigarettes I said yes, a long time ago, but I still worry about the damage I did to my lungs during those years.
For the past two months I’ve been taking part in an online program designed to help cancer patients deal with the emotional and physical issues that come with the disease and treatments.
Recently I was honored to receive the Herman Helms Excellence in Media Award from the South Carolina Athletic Hall of Fame.
I’ve been on Facebook for a few years now and have come to know it as a river that runs through my life. By that I mean it’s nice to know it’s there, but I don’t go swimming all the time.
This has been an interesting few days. On Thursday of last week I was informed that this blog site was under attack by thousands of hits from China and was going down.
Once you cross over into the world of cancer, it changes you forever. It’s hard to understand how such a nasty disease can make you a better person. But if you live through it, you come out the other end with a new awareness. I never knew