What a World Without Cancer Would Look Like

Today, it is rare to know someone who hasn’t been touched by cancer in some way.  And I don’t remember when I first learned what cancer was.  I think that speaks to the degree to which the disease is ingrained in our everyday lives.  During our childhoods, we were living in our own words without worry or fear or awareness of the problems of the world, and that was a time which was much more simpler than the world we find ourselves in today.

Remembering My Mom on Mother's Day

by: Evette Howe

As fate would have it, May 8th is Mother's Day & it just happens to be 6 months since my mom passed away, which both fall on a Sunday.  This past week has been very hard for me.  Grief is a funny thing, one can be going about your day just fine but somehow your body remembers and the emotions will just overwhelm you with grief, memories, heartache until you begin to connect the dots of the timing.

The Drive to Make a Difference

by: Ben Broghammer

It is an amazing feeling knowing we have the power to change our world to anything we want to.  There is no saying the exact amount of work each task we set out to do will take, and surly there has to be a passion and drive behind our actions.  Some may be overflowing with emotion and others may simply be the strong desire for change.  And the best have both.  The meaning behind Project Periwinkle is...