Pricey Lemonade, a Terrifying Ride, and a Child’s Hard Question

Pricey Lemonade, a Terrifying Ride, and a Child’s Hard Question
“Mommy, are you going to die?” Maybe that was the hardest moment of my cancer journey, to hear that sweet voice in the darkness at Lauren’s bedside, asking the question we all wanted to ask. My husband and I were still in shock. We hadn’t wrapped our heads around the “C” word long enough to

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2 comments

  1. Marla says:

    Thanks for this touching story. It hits home. I have a daughter too. I am wondering how you are doing now. How is she doing? Did you get counseling did she,did the family. How has it effected your marriage?
    Best wishes. God Bless you and your family members

  2. Nancy Brier says:

    Thank you for your heartfelt concern, Marla. Lauren is fine and currently volunteers at the Desert Cancer Foundation doing social media presentations to promote their events. Our family is closer than ever because of our experience with cancer, and we have more fun because we don’t take opportunities for granted like we sometimes used to. I wish the best for you and your family and hope recovery has a positive impact on every aspect of your lives.

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