“We all have the ability to impact the lives of others simply by the example of the life we live. Our actions speak louder and will last longer than any of our words.
No matter how long or short my encounter is with anyone, when we part, we will both be better people for having met.”
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A Birthday Bash to Remember

November is a very prolific month in our family. Upon the birth of my fourth son born in November, the doctor casually asked my husband during my…

What’s Rank Got to Do With It Anyway?

“I don’t know who you think you’re talking to, but you better change that attitude.” How many of you heard that when you were growing up? Some of us heard it more times than others. That would be my group. I was born with a voice, and I used it much to the dismay of the adults in my life. They called it attitude, I called it spunk.

Navigating the Teenage Years

Navigating the teenage years is no easy task. Where did the time go? It feels like yesterday you were teaching them to walk and talk. As soon as they mastered both skills, we held our breath every time they talked and chased after them when they walked/ran away.

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A collection of vignettes about how each meeting and separation with four beloved friends impressed my soul with unforgettable wisdom.

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As a motivational speaker and podcast host for Biogen, Cathy traveled the country speaking to patients with multiple sclerosis about the future and present treatments available.

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Cathy and her dog Hollywood recieved the American Red Cross True Life Hero Award and the Hartford Hospital Volunteer of the Year Award for their work visiting patients. 

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Cathy recieved the Volunteer of the Year Award from the Jewish Women Association for her work with Meals on Wheels and performing roadshows for young chemo therapy patients.

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Cathy was interviewed on ESPN for her work as a speaker with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, inspiring people to overcome their unfortunate circumstances.

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Life is more intricate than words on pages of the most sacred books or your favorite song. Create the world you choose to live in. Accept the responsibility and make sure your story consists of the words you choose to be on the pages of your book.

Don’t stop writing even when some of the words are misspelled or the notes are off-key, Keep trying, eventually, you’ll get it right. Have the courage to let the world read your story and hear your song.

Sooner than any of us realize, our story will just be a distant memory from a time long ago buff.ly/2LWwSaR
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