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For the warrior in pink

by Lesley on October 19, 2014 · 3 comments

in books,cancer

Tweet For the average American, October is a month when autumn leaves fall, goblins and ghosts emerge, and a signature pink ribbon makes it’s appearance on football fields, yogurt containers and billboards along every major highway. At the Miller house, October is also the anniversary of Jonathan’s terrible discovery of cancer within his own chest; not of […]



What’s on your bookshelf? (a link-up)

by Lesley on November 14, 2013 · 9 comments

in books

TweetIf you’ve been around here for even a short length of time, you’ll know I love books. In fact one of my favorite stories to tell about my childhood is when my parents sat me down in sixth grade and said, in a very serious tone, “We’re concerned about how much time you’re spending alone […]



Life, Life and More Life

by Lesley on September 13, 2013 · 0 comments

in books,cancer

Tweet Pssssttt…my friend Wendy released her new e-book yesterday and you should totally head over to her site and sign up to receive it for FREE! Life, Life and More Life is something God helped Wendy create after she walked through cancer with her husband. Xylon was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma just 8 months after […]



Read this book: 101 Secrets for your 20s

by Lesley on June 26, 2013 · 8 comments

in books

Tweet My friend Paul Angone is releasing a fantastic new book next week called 101 Secrets for Your 20s—and I can’t recommend it enough! In fact, I wish 101 Secrets for Your 20s existed when I graduated from college. In less than 10 years time I graduated college, landed my first job, got married, struggled with […]



Tweet One summer, when I was maybe 10 or 11, my parents rented a 15 passenger van and took us on a road trip around the western United States. We had such a good loud whiny fun time that a few years later they rented an RV and took us everywhere in the west we hadn’t […]

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