We decided it was fine to be on our own today, as Jen had never been to this wonder of the world, and we wanted to spend more time there. Little did we realize however, the great distances we would be traveling and how little time we'd really have.
Tonight, LeBron tells us where he's going, and unless something changes, he's going to Miami. He could stay with Cleveland. He could have gone to NY, turned the Knicks into contenders. Instead, he appears to have chosen safety.
When my brother-in-law Mike was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in his 40s, his life, along with his wife (my youngest sister) and their three young children, was turned upside down. The cancer wave rippled out from there. It was a wake-up call for friends and family.