Monthly Archives: September 2012

Oil Pulling

Most people do not realize the impact their teeth have on their bodies.  I certainly did not until recently. I learned about dental protection and Oil Pulling from BRAs (Breast Reasearch Awareness). This organization cites information that there are 8 … Continue reading

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Love Can Build a Bridge

Sharing this Judd classic with you today. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmxJ7OzhCTY “Love Can Build A Bridge” I’d gladly walk across the desert With no shoes upon my feet To share with you the last bite Of bread I had to eat I would … Continue reading

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9.26.1981

My father, Robert Earl Madget, died 31 years ago today.   He was 59.   He was a good man, a successful businessman, someone I admired and aspired to be like.  He was diagnosed with late-stage  esophageal cancer in 1979 and decided … Continue reading

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Low

The unexpected calm did not last long.  I gave way today to sadness and low spirits.   I feel betrayed by my body.  Why am I being so disciplined?  What does it matter?  Cancer is indeed a formidible foe.  I am … Continue reading

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Unexpected Calm

This morning, I got up early and did all my usual “good girl” healthy things.  I started with my foundational yoga, traced my stomach and lung meridians, did my Tibetian Five Rites,  drank my vegetable/protein drink, showered and headed to Kansas City for two days … Continue reading

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Fear

This week was a fearful week for me.  On Wednesday, I had followup screening appointments at KU Med for my thyroid and for my breast.  From a psychological standpoint, it was a mistake to schedule so much for one day.  I … Continue reading

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I bought a little black dress

I have never owned the quintessential little black dress.  I have always been too big to fit in a little black dress.   Well, now that I am small enough to fit in one, I think I might not look age … Continue reading

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