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grief

A Firm Place to Stand when Your Child Has Cancer

September 13, 2015 mhyh 0

I am honored to have one of my most beautiful, faithful, joyful friends, Amy Maiwald share her lived experience with cancer with her beloved husband, and now, their son as part of MHYH’s Childhood Cancer Awareness Month Series. Amy is as iron to me; she sharpens me. Tha …

Caterpillar

September 12, 2015 mhyh 0

Day 12: Be Transformed Amidst the Daily “Caterpillar” by Christina Rossetti Brown and furry Caterpillar in a hurry, Take your walk To the shady leaf, or stalk. May no toad spy you, May the little birds pass by you; Spin and die, To live again a butterfly. *Adapted …

Live-Love-Laugh

September 5, 2015 mhyh 0

Day 5: Live-Love-Laugh Live with Intention, Urgency, Fully. Love with Abandon. Laugh until tears roll down you leg! Simply Stephanie

My Heart: 02/22/1970-04/21/2008

March 27, 2013 mhyh 5

The question before me THIS day is ‘What do I miss the most?’. Today, in THIS moment, that question is too much for me to tackle because what I miss the most is a loss that no one on the outside can see, yet I am reminded of it with the experience of every emotion …

More Than a Career, a Calling: Lifeline [of] Ohio

November 8, 2012 mhyh 2

More Than a Career: a Calling Jenny Hoover, Living Kidney Donor RN, CTPC Bereavement Services November is a month full of the rich colors of fall, beautiful foliage, the scent of roasted pumpkins seeds, mulling spices on the cooktop, a nip in the air, a snow flurry here [and] …