Today is World Ovarian Cancer Day- Learn the signs and symptoms for early detection. It saved my life, and may save yours or another woman's life from the "silent killer"!
Tomorrow marks one of my favorite holidays in the United States, Thanksgiving. It is a non-denominational holiday that revolves around the celebration and tradition rooted in the first Thanksgiving dinner- a time when Native Americans and Pilgrims came together to break bread, celebrate harvest and connect, despite any perceived differences.
Thanksgiving provides us a yearly opportunity to recognize those things for which we are grateful. For me, one of those things has been cancer. OK, maybe not cancer itself, but my experience with cancer. I am absolutely grateful for it. How cancer became the catalyst for me to make the connection between a joyful life and practicing gratitude.