It’s cancer

I got a message the other day that asked if I would be willing to share how we discovered Tessa’s diagnosis in hopes of informing others on signs and symptoms. It triggered many thoughts after I read it. It occurred to me that most of you don’t  know us personally...

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Veni, vini, amari {we came, we saw, we loved}

We have just under 1,000 miles to go until we’re home.  We’ve been on the road for exactly 8 weeks.  We have been to 35 states. Everybody’s first question is what has been our favorite place. That’s a toughy because everywhere has been beautiful and fun and an...

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Signs, signs, everywhere signs

Traveling the northwest coast has been amazing. Washington, Oregon, and Northern California are breathtaking. The cliffs, the ocean, the fricking trees! It feels enchanting and has been somewhat healing. We’ve been placing our Tessa Rocks everywhere along our way. The...

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Life on the road

Life on the road has been good. We spent last week in South Dakota. Took the kids to a fair and a rodeo and saw some pretty amazing sights. The two biggies were the Badlands and Mount Rushmore. It’s been hotter than hell here. Never thought South Dakota got so hot but...

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One foot in front of the other

As most of you already know, we recently lost our amazingly strong daughter, Tessa, to a very aggressive type of childhood cancer called Neuroblastoma. Our lives have been turned upside down and our souls have been shaken to the core. Tessa was a gracious fighter and...

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