Monthly Archives: July 2010

Inspired by a Child

Today, I'm sharing a story from Gary Thompson, a past Man of the Year winner in our Central Texas chapter and Team In Training participant, and how he was inspired by Kethan, a young boy with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL).
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LLS Man & Woman of the Year Photos

Just wanted to let people know that some great photos have been posted from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Man & Woman of the Year Grand Finale. You will need to sign up for a free Snapfish account if you do not presently have one. Check them out.
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Finding Your Way

It’s so easy to just fumble along and go with the flow without really understanding where you are headed or why. It’s almost like we travel through our lives as if in a maze, always looking for “the way” through it.
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Life is Pretty Easy Afterall

I don't know what all of the confusion is about. I think I have this game figured out. Everyone should get along quite nicely if we all strive to do the following before we are done here:
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The Legacy of Lake Lenape

July 10th 2010 marked the 20th anniversary of the Lake Lenape sprint distance triathlon. This little jewel of a triathlon is nestled away in the quiet and scenic neighborhood of Mays Landing New Jersey and truly has become a community staple.
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Let’s Live

Please take a minute and check out this project which is the result of much effort and planning of a good friend of mine and fellow survivor Susan Thornton. If you are a cancer survivor, or know one, "Let's Live" is a must for you.
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