Narrator Interview with Drawing for Free Audiobook

15
Sep

Narrator Interview with Drawing for Free Audiobook

Interview with In Her Shoes Narrator Julie Stein

21
Jul

Self-Care According to Bucky, the UW Mascot

Self-care is often last on the list of priorities for busy women. Bucky, the UW mascot, would like to share a few thoughts on this subject since July is self-care month. He is assisted by a few of his comrades displayed throughout the Madison area during Bucky on Parade. Let’s help Broadcaster Bucky get the […]

29
Jun

A Season of Quarantined or Cocooned?

Frightened, bewildered, and shut away—the hallmarks of this quarantined season.  I don’t understand why we’ve been engulfed in a pandemic and why so many people suffered the loss of loved ones and livelihood. The following verse has challenged me: Trust in the Lord with all your heart,and lean not on your own understanding. (Proverbs 3:5 NKJV) “Trust […]

5
May

Stop—Listen—Ovarian Cancer Whispers

Have you heard the whispers of ovarian cancer? Stop. Listen. Despite my background in oncology nursing, I had missed an ovarian cancer whisper—nausea. Over the course of a few months in 2006, I experienced several bouts of nausea, but I dismissed them as the flu. Fleeting thoughts of ovarian cancer crept into my mind. But […]

13
Apr

Arise from Your Past Season and Shine

It was time to organize, pitch, and clean.  The disarray of my physical environment was interfering with my productivity. I’d start a writing project, but I couldn’t maintain my focus. So, I stuffed garbage bags with stacks of mail and magazines, deleted thousands of emails, shredded paper, and rearranged closets.  But decluttering my physical surroundings […]

19
Mar

A Woman’s Courage to March On

I never met my Great-Aunt Lucy. She wasn’t famous. But she lived a life marked by courage and adventure.  When WWII rocked the world, the Red Cross recruited nurses. Great-Aunt Lucy responded to the call as did her nursing classmates, graduates from the New York Post Graduate Hospital. They were quite a public-spirited group. Aunt […]

13
Dec

Christmas on Chemo

In 2006, my Christmas letter neglected to tell the tales of brilliant, talented, and amazing children and pets. Instead, I dropped a bomb–I had ovarian cancer.  Bald, fatigued and in pain from chemotherapy, I had to lay aside my usual baking and Christmas decorating traditions.   I needed to simplify. What could I delete from my […]

24
Oct

4 Steps to Upgrade from Anxiety to Excitement

My heart raced. Why was I dreading what should have been a fun celebration?  Several months ago, my book, In Her Shoes: Dancing in the Shadow of Cancer, was released. With a friend’s help, I organized a book launch party in my home. We prayed, planned, and prepared. Every detail had been taken into account. But when […]

11
Sep

Fighting Cancer During Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Interview with channel 15 ovarian cancer

7
Sep

Surviving Cancer and Chemotherapy

“Today my guest is Joanie Shawhan, and she shares how she lived through cancer and chemotherapy.” Cynthia L. Simmons Heart of the Matter Radio