MAKING STRIDES REFLECTIONS

My story is one that I feel may be quite different than some people in the “cancer community” but I hope is still relatable.My passion is lit from...

I spoke at the kick-off event for Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of NH in August of this year. It was an opportunity to reflect on my long...

Cancer is something that affects everyone differently, in ways I cannot come to fully comprehend. The very recent loss of a colleague and friend...

Fifteen or so years ago, I was commissioned by the Concord Monitor to photograph the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Concord. I was...

My intense passion to support my friend, diagnosed with breast cancer at 29, was at the beginning of my experience, along with the unwelcome...

Coming from a family of four sisters, Michelle, Melinda, Melanie and Marcia, it was bound to happen.A breast cancer diagnosis seemed inevitable and...

Cancer is a word our family and friends have unfortunately always been accustomed to hearing.Cancer, or “The Big C” as we often refer to it, has...

They say no two snowflakes are alike. I believe the same holds true for anyone battling cancer.The journey, that is.If you put 100 breast cancer...

Almost 20 years ago former girls’ volleyball coach Matthew Skidds, now assistant headmaster at Coe Brown Northwood Academy, approached me about...

Whenever I’m asked why I participate in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of New Hampshire, I always say because someone asked, and I said “yes....

Cancer, the one word you hope you never have to hear. Sadly, that is not the case for so many people. I have experienced the grief that comes with...

On Oct. 20, 1996, I attended my first Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. Little did I know at the time that I would still be a part of...



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