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Celebrating Sisterhood: Weekend Sleepaway Camp Honoring Survivors and Friends

By on October 2nd, 2013 Categories: Events, The Breast Cancer Journey

Weekend sleepaway camp for women: honoring survivors and their girlfriends!

I’m going to camp! I never did as a child — Cuban parents don’t allow that. They’re, let’s say…a bit over-protective. So earlier this year when the opportunity presented itself for me to go to camp with girlfriends, I was the first one on the plane! It was amazing…relaxing, hilarious, nurturing, FUN, validating, emotional, revealing, …

A New Day: From Diagnosis to Dance!

By on April 10th, 2013 Categories: News, The Breast Cancer Journey

April 10, 2008 – April 10, 2013

Five years ago today I was diagnosed with breast cancer. My life has been one big whirl-a-twirl ride, filled with roller coaster loops, turns, and rolls, ever since. There have been extreme highs and a few menacing death drops. Yes, breast cancer took me for a ride and changed my life forever; yet, I wouldn’t change a thing.…

Mothers, Daughters, Grandmothers, Sisters, Aunts & Girlfriends: The Link of Hope

By on March 20th, 2013 Categories: The Breast Cancer Journey

“The woman is the foundation on which nations are built. She is the heart of her nation. If that heart is weak, the people are weak. If her heart is strong and her mind is clear, then the nation is strong and knows its purpose. The woman is the center of everything.”

Art Solomon

      Ojibwe elder and spiritual leader

      For the People: Teachings on the

Welcoming a New Era

By on January 18th, 2013 Categories: The Breast Cancer Journey

I am writing this after the world ended. Pretty cool, huh?

The market research company Ipsos Global Public Affairs concluded in May that 12 percent of Americans zealously believed that the end of the Mayan calendar — which spans about 5,125 years — would mark a major shift for humanity… bluntly speaking: the end of the world. It happened on December 21, 2012. That’s also …

Joy Is the Choice

By on December 5th, 2012 Categories: The Breast Cancer Journey

I was born in Cuba and moved to Miami with my mom and dad when I was just 4 years old. We escaped the Communist regime and made a home on Miami Beach. I’ve been blessed with a beautiful and hectic (by choice) life. I’ve worked hard but my jobs have always been fun and entertaining. On the personal side, I danced my way from …

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