I am ready to bury 2016!

Posted On: January 5, 2017

As I celebrated the end of 2015 and looked forward to 2016, I never imagined in my wildest dream that 6 months into the New Year I would be diagnosed with breast cancer after 29 years!  It has been a really challenging and stressful year.  So let’s get ready for a wonderful, informative and delightful

Christmas time is a very special time.

Posted On: December 22, 2016

Christmas time is a very special time to celebrate the birth of my savior, Jesus Christ.  He has walked with me every step of the way this year and I could not have made it without him.  I am very glad that he loves me and is watching over me.  So let’s celebrate his birthday!

Peg’s Recipe for Living

Posted On: December 15, 2016

Through the following years, I constantly complained about the pain in my neck from the original accident, only to be dismissed by a very arrogant neurologist that thought this was just a “woman thing”…even refusing to look at the x-rays that I took to him. It all came to a head when in September, 1998

Here are my suggestions for survival

Posted On: December 8, 2016

Take charge of your Disease – do not let the disease take charge of you. Research your diagnosis and disease to see what is the best treatment for you. When you have your information, make an appointment with your oncologist and actively participate in your treatment plan. Take charge of your life – do what

By the Grace of God I walked again!

Posted On: December 1, 2016

In 1980, I was sitting in stopped traffic on the Golden State Freeway when I was rear-ended by a guy going 65 mph, knocking my car clear across the other side of the freeway. Luckily I was not hit by any oncoming cars. I had a bad back injury and a severe whip lash of

Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone

Posted On: November 24, 2016

This year has been another challenging year for me, yet I am forever grateful and thankful for all of God’s blessings.  I truly BELIEVE that everything that happens to me is for a reason and to make me a better person.  May God bless you and your family with abundance of love and I ask

A teenage pregnancy

Posted On: November 17, 2016

A teenage pregnancy and a run-away marriage did not end well.  I had my first daughter at age 16 and the second daughter at age 17 and was alone and divorced at age 20.   So I ran again, leaving Alabama and coming to Southern California. Many people have asked “how did you get from

A discussion around the table

Posted On: November 11, 2016

All great discussion happen around your kitchen table, dining room table or even a conference table, as great leaders and companies solve their problems around the conference table. We discuss our day, our plans for the future, engagement announcements, wedding plans, birth announcements, graduation, vacations and as my granddaughter Sara would say “Ground-dation” …is that


Posted On: November 1, 2016

I have decided to write a blog about some of my life experiences concerning breast cancer. This blog will not be scientific nor will I share a lot of breast cancer data. It will be my personal opinion and my personal experience as I face it again. Many of you know from my newsletter that