Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Knowledge Is Power

Knowledge Is Power

When I was diagnosed with cancer, I did not know where to turn.  Would I be in the same percentile of deaths each year that die of cancer?  You have to wonder why so many do die of this horrible disease.

The key to taking care of this disease is knowledge, for over five years I have been educating myself and others on preventions and methods many have done that managed their cancer.  I have been friends on several cancer face book sites, conventional as well as natural.  What I have found out was that you can kick start your healing with a program that will begin to kill the cancer, but if you do not manage with a life style to keep your immune system whole ~ it is not going to work.


I chose a type of treatment that worked for me, for it was not only a treatment, but a lifestyle.  I use preventions which has managed my cancer from coming back.  I take supplements, I changed my eating habits (no process sugar and went gluten free) and I found cancer feeds on wheat and sugar. I eat organic foods, grass fed meat, wild fish, milk and cheese (almond, coconut, goat) and exercise by walking and yoga and practice meditation.


With these changes I have been able to say I have been cancer free for almost five years without surgery, chemo and radiation.  It’s a choice that with knowledge one can understand, that you do not have to go through a bad dream in order to control it.

Friday, September 25, 2015


There are way to many people diagnosed with cancer each year. Our loved ones are fighting and dying each day. I want to stop this from happening. Through my experience with healing myself of breast cancer, I have learned that we can use preventions and with all the knowledge out in the world we can be educated to keep our bodies healthy. If you agree with what is coming from my heart, stand with me and sign this petition so we can make a difference in the world of cancer. It is our bodies and I truly believe that if one chooses other then the conventional way, there should be no hardship and our insurance companies should stand with our decision. Please help to make a difference, if you stand up then others will and we will have the world on our side.


Monday, September 14, 2015

Agility Jalisco At Hotel Perico ~ Mexico

Dog agility is a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog
through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. Dogs run off
leash with no food or toys as incentives, and the handler can touch neither dog
nor obstacles.  Consequently the
handler's controls are limited to voice, movement, and various body signals,
requiring exceptional training of the animal and coordination of the handler.


In its simplest form, an agility course consists of a set of
standard obstacles laid out by a judge in a design of his or her own choosing
in an area of a specified size. The surface may be of grass, dirt, rubber, or
special matting. Depending on the type of competition, the obstacles may be
marked with numbers indicating the order in which they must be completed.


Courses are complicated enough that a dog could not complete
them correctly without human direction. In competition, the handler must assess
the course, decide on handling strategies, and direct the dog through the
course, with precision and speed equally important. Many strategies exist to
compensate for the inherent difference in human and dog speeds and the
strengths and weaknesses of the various dogs and handlers.

Monday, September 7, 2015



As I get ready to go to bed and pray my soul to keep, I remember the people that touched my life who passed away from cancer. At an early age I had been faced with this disease and grew up surrounded by it. My father died when I was only sixteen. I quite often think about if there was the internet or technology like today, would he have made the same choice I did, as well as my mother-in-law. If they’d had that option…I might still be able to kiss them good night.

I know we’ve all had someone in our lives who died of this illness, and we wonder when there is going to be a cure. A lot of us are waiting, and wearing the colors that represent the different kinds of cancer. For the past couple of years, I have been dedicated to managing my cancer with my blog. I have shared my most personal thoughts and experiences with the world in hope that we can change our thought process and realize that we have choices. During this time, I've researched and compiled information to manage this disease, as well as prevention.

It is really scary, for it is our environment that plays a big part in why our loved ones died of cancer. I am going to take a leap and say it is our foods--yes indeed, what we eat. Chemicals play a large part, and our government is allowing this to happen. As citizens, we need to educate ourselves and make our own decisions about what is good for us or what is risky. It will not change until individually we take control and correct it.

With the knowledge that is out there and now at our fingertips, please help spread the information. We can help others with cancer to manage it in a healthier way without destroying their bodies. I am hoping shortly that no one should have to go through a death of someone you love who has this illness.

I am very humbled to have wonderful people in my life who gave me the courage and knowledge to turn my cancer into an experience I am able to share with you. So before you go to bed tonight, let’s honor and pledge to ourselves that we will make a difference in changing the way we treat cancer, by educating ourselves with the knowledge. KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.