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

Which Way Is Up?

We have a neighborhood library.  You know those utterly sweet ones that look like an oversized birdhouse?  We bring used books we no longer want and browse for gems to cycle through our shelves.  Ours is next to our neighborhood playground and pool and is painted like a little red barn. It's adorable. Even Tennyson … Continue reading Which Way Is Up?