So, the very cool Stir platform on the Cafe Mom website has picked up our little blog and will be running it as a weekly column…so surreal!

The column launched yesterday, with the first post being designed to tell part one of the story. There will be a bit of overlap/duplication in the first few columns, as new readers get brought up to speed, but the blog and the column should soon be in synch. And I’d be honored if you’d continue to follow.

This blog started out as a way for me to essentially hide behind the keyboard and keep friends and family informed of new developments, without me having to have difficult face-to-face conversations. However, it quickly became something much more for me…certainly therapeutic, as well as a vehicle for an exchange of positive energy like I never could have imagined. I’m endlessly grateful for the continued love, support and well wishes. And I’m hoping to ride this tide of healing energy all the way to cancer free. You people are like a chemo turbo boost and then some.

Here’s the link to the new column: http://thestir.cafemom.com/column/mommy_has_cancer

Check it out if you’re of the mind. And I’ll continue to keep you posted here as well.

Love and gratitude,
Joanna

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