A Recipe for Love

            Nick and Sarah     A few weeks ago, my husband and I attended an engagement party for a young lady who was barely a teenager when we first met her over fourteen years ago. She moved to New York City and fell in love with Nick, who had gotten down on one knee to ask for her hand in marriage. It truly sounds like the perfect fairy tale. He managed to completely surprise her; which is very hard to do. The romantic proposal took place in early November, along the Hudson River. I love stories of finding love in a … [Read more...]

My Two Reasons to Live Fearlessly

Yesterday, I had the privilege of speaking to first year medical students enrolled at UT Health Science Center. The topic was about death and dying. The professors wanted the students to experience personal stories after almost a full year of studying textbooks.  This isn’t a new program and has been going on for many years. I found it rather ironic that my Daddy who was a practicing physician for almost 40 years and my sister who had obtained her Ph.D in Education would be the ones whose stories I would be sharing in this teaching environment. They had both lost their battle with cancer; … [Read more...]

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