You Made It!


SO much has changed over the past 6 years.  I went from being known as “that woman who went to Russia for a stem cell transplant for her MS” and blogged about it, to designing a mobility device that went on to be patented, then, deciding to write a book, Does This Cane Make My Butt Look Big? that speaks to women tackling vanity and self-worth while living with a physical disability (download the Introduction below–FREE).  The cherry on top? Being offered a priceless opportunity to be the host of an already established podcast, The MS Gym Podcast, that caters to all my MS peeps!!  Pinch me, already!!

To share all this goodness that I’ve been fortunate enough to experience in an orderly fashion, I decided it was time to consolidate access to everything I’ve worked on, am working on, and will be working on into one cohesive space.  This website!  Yes, you’ll still have access to my HSCT website, through links on this site.  That site will live on forever for anybody researching HSCT (hematopoietic stem cell transplant). Plus, when they’re old enough to understand, I need my grandchildren to know that bravery and never giving up is in their DNA!

Feel free to kick off your shoes, take a look around and get cozy in this space.  It’s evolving.  I’ll be adding new info as it presents itself and it’ll give you quick and easy access to all the podcast episodes, book updates and blog entries all in one stop.

If you want to be first to know what I’m working on, this is your chance to sign up for a front row seat to updates by signing up below. As an added bonus, you’ll get a FREE DOWNLOAD of the INTRODUCTION OF MY BOOK, just for signing up! In it, you’ll get to see  up close how I got to the space I’m now holding. I had to hit a lot of pot holes on my road to freedom–both physically and mentally. Get the REAL STORY in the Introduction.

As always, I appreciate all the love and support you’ve shown me over the years. See you soon!

Much love,