Category Life Post-Chemotherapy

Light The Night

Please take a look at my LLS Light the Night Walk fundraising page This is the third year I will be participating and fundraising for the LLS Light the Night Walk.  Light the Night is an incredible event, unlike any other I’ve ever seen.  I first got involved… “Alone we can do so little; together […]

Offer it Up

Saturday, 30 July 2016. Good morning and Happy Saturday! I have felt a positive shift in my attitude this week.  Since my last post I have made a conscious effort to be less passive in my daily routine.  What I mean by this… if you know me you know that I am not a morning person.  But for […]

Back In The Saddle

Friday, July 22 2016. It has been just around two months since my latest post when I shared our excitement about welcoming our youngest fur baby, Huey (we’ve taken to calling him Hugh as of late).  Since then, life has been fabulous albeit very very busy.  So I’ve decided at 11:24 on a Friday night […]

CancerCon 2016

Sunday, 15 May 2016. A couple weekends ago my friend and fellow survivor, Kim and I ventured up to Denver, Colorado for the second year to attend stupidcancer‘s annual CancerCon.  I cannot say enough positive things about CancerCon.  The past two years that we’ve attended it’s been held at the Sheraton Downtown Denver which is […]

Everything I Didn’t Expect

Saturday, 14 May 2016. Thursday evening I had the pleasure of attending the Midpoint Dinner for the Man & Woman of the Year campaign for LLS.  The ice-breaker activity was ‘Person Bingo’.  Each bingo square had a piece of information about someone at the dinner and each person could only sign your board once.  It […]

End of Treatment MRI

Sunday, 9 April 2016. Throughout my treatment for ALL, I was enrolled in a clinical trial.  This was a decision we made early on, before my treatment even started.  With everything on my mind at the time, it was extremely confusing to figure out what I needed to know about being on a trial.  I […]

Can I Get A Roadmap?

Wednesday, 23 March 2016. Hey Y’all! So it has been almost a month of being off of all chemo meds.  It has been a bit of a roller coaster emotionally.  Not a crazy roller coaster, but small ups and downs.  The first couple of weeks I was amazed at how quickly my body seemed to […]

Chris Beat Cancer

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My Sweat Life

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For God did not give us a spirit of cowardice but rather of power and love and self-control. 2tim1:7

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Kristina Braly

For God did not give us a spirit of cowardice but rather of power and love and self-control. 2tim1:7