Eating My Way Out of Cancer

I am afraid to die from cancer, and for years I've felt doomed to that fate. My father died from cancer at 46, my cousin at 37, my paternal grandfather, maternal grandmother, and nearly all of my parents' siblings have had some form of cancer.  We often hear of it as an epidemic.  It certainly … Continue reading Eating My Way Out of Cancer

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Vegan Recipes: Heavenly Mashed Potatoes with Celery Gravy, Sweet Potato Delight | Happy Holidays!

Ever since Brian suggested we go to Denny's for Thanksgiving I had been dreaming of pancakes.  Not the healthy kind. But the kind topped with whipped butter, maybe sprinkled with chocolate chips, a mountain of whipped cream on top in a pool of fake maple flavored heavy corn syrup. Not.  Healthy. But.  Sometimes I fall … Continue reading Vegan Recipes: Heavenly Mashed Potatoes with Celery Gravy, Sweet Potato Delight | Happy Holidays!

Blue for Boys, Glitter for Girls. Who Cares What Your Baby Wears?

Truly was the first baby we let sex be a complete surprise.  No ultrasounds, no pre-birth shopping trips for adorable outfits.  All of Tennyson's baby gear was saved and we had plenty of white onesies; I felt satisfied that we had what we needed for either a boy or girl. Until today. Why does all … Continue reading Blue for Boys, Glitter for Girls. Who Cares What Your Baby Wears?

Truly Anne’s Peaceful Natural Home Birth | Riding The Waves

I was standing in the kitchen talking with Brian about the birth experience I wanted to have this time.  My second natural, home birth and I knew what to expect -the feelings, the challenges, the process. All things I had missed with my medicated hospital births for my first two children.  This time around I had … Continue reading Truly Anne’s Peaceful Natural Home Birth | Riding The Waves