My Dad’s Cancer Fight

So, I’m pretty sure my dad is not going to be happy with me– as he’s not the type who wants anybody to feel sorry for him ever– but images do tell a powerful story and I think it’s important to share. … Continue reading

Re-Staging Stomach Cancer: Always Scary

CT Scan stomach cancer

It’s been almost two years since my father was diagnosed with stomach cancer. It’s been almost two years since my world has been turned upside down. During this time, my father has had a total gastrectomy, a port-a-cath surgery, six … Continue reading

Y[our] Story: #TripleCrown and Stomach Cancer

Victor Espinoza autograph 2

Dear Victor, My #TripleCrown Story began on November 16, 2013… the day my dad was admitted to our local hospital for severe gastric bleeding. I guess you might ask what does this have anything to do with horse racing… but … Continue reading

I Donated My Hair to Help Fight Cancer

November is Stomach Cancer Awareness Month, and I have decided to kick of the month by donating my hair. (I did this last year too!) My beautiful long locks will be going to Pantene Beautiful Lengths because this organization makes wigs for adult … Continue reading

Update on my Bridemaids

This morning our reality show, Along for the Bride, aired on TLC. It’s been a while… a long while… and I was actually excited to re- watch it… re-live our wedding week. I still can’t believe two years have gone … Continue reading

To Chemo or Not to Chemo: Does the choice belong to HMO?

Health insurance is just not important until you need it. Right? When my father turned 65 years old, and was eligible for Medicare, he felt it was enough. It wasn’t until many years later, when I realized he’d be penalized … Continue reading