Treating Cancer with #PEMF
Oncologist Dr. Jonathan Stegall MD. discusses the #Curatron PEMF device for cancer treatment. “The whole idea behind PEMF is getting the body back in balance…we can program the frequencies to use the ones we know have been effective against cancer”
This Saturday 7/21! Join @mdizzleentertainment at @bar145columbus for Spin for a Cure. Tunes start at noon, 4:00 pm brings fun, new games for great prizes and the silent auction.
We’ll have GM @scooniep12 and @scarletgraytbt on the TVs at 4.
You may laugh, you may cry, but you will most certainly be inspired by Patti Morello. She beat cancer and today made it through the whole class without stopping. “It’s time to take my life back. I’m tired of fear getting in the way, I’m tired of cancer getting in the way...” Watch the whole video on our Facebook page! #beatcancer#beginnerworkout#camprhinohq#rhinotough#crossfit @crossfit #dontgiveup
Road Trip To The Grand Canyon
Jess and I went on a road trip to the Grand Canyon this past June. She’d never been, (like seriously? How?) and we had planned to go in January 2017. As my mother passed away on Christmas 2016, the trip got postponed.
I hadn’t been to the Grand Canyon in over 15 years and I was excited about it but the landmark held ghosts.
I last went to the Grand Canyon in the summer of 2002, World Cup summer (the summer of Dos a Cero), with my church’s co-ed scout troop the Pathfinders. (Still think that is an awesome name!) We went all out for the trip. We reserved a camping spot inside the park’s perimeter, got split up into groups and earned points for camp inspection, completion of daily camp duties, and we explored the Grand Canyon as a group. It was the greatest of times except for one thing. One of our members was extremely sick with what we thought was the 72 hour flu bug. Not long after we went back home, she passed away. She had just turned 10.
I thought about all of this as we drove up the highway towards the park’s entrance. Pictures flashed before my eyes as memories hit me like the shuttles that were transporting tourists along the rim of the canyon.
That’s the stop we all stood at while we waited for the bus.
That’s where we were given popsicles in the summer heat.
Is that the campgroup we stayed at? Where I stayed behind one day and talked to you through your tent as our moms cooked the next meal?
That’s right, my mom was all over the park too. I had already felt her as I drove down that lonely highway and now she was here too.
Sometimes, the weight of memories, loss, longing, and joy all come suddenly crashing down but that’s okay. It really is okay.
The emotions are reminders of what we once had, what we cherished, what brought us joy, and what also brought us sadness and pain. It’s the balance of the universe, it is bittersweet, and I work hard everyday on being thankful.
This is Grief.
Original artwork: @justjessdoing_jessthings