Archive for the ‘Dan Waeger’ Category

2009-2010

I hope that everyone had a wonderful holiday and New Year. The past weeks were filled with activities for me, and I was blessed to spend them with family and friends. Many people expressed to me that it must be a hard time for me. I definitely found myself reflecting on the past year and all that happened-...
January 5th, 2010 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Spirit of the Holidays

More about me later… this story is really what the holidays are about. Even those living with cancer just want to celebrate and do all the normal things that others can. I am passing along a nspan style=”font-size:100%;”ote I received from Brock at the Ulman Fund….br /br //span...
December 11th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

We Need a Little Christmas Right this Very Minute

I know I get pretty serious on this blog. So I wanted to share a nice story, especially now that we’ve entered the holiday season.br /br /Today I received a letter from a young woman. For her 8th grade confirmation, her parents gave her the gift of money that she could use to donate to a charity...
December 3rd, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Giving Thanks

Hard to believe last year we were thankful for good scan results and no chemo so Dan could eat Thanksgiving dinner.br /br /People say that the holidays are hard. I don’t think they are particularly easy, but last year was no cake walk. Dan was very sick, and even with some good news, I could see...
November 26th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

It Only Takes a Spark

It Only Takes a Spark
I’ve been reminded of the words the priest spoke about Dan at his funeral lately. For some reason, it was very important to me that the priest come and visit Dan before he passed. I could not have imagined someone saying his funeral mass without really hearing what Dan was about… the words...
November 10th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Quiet Time

I know I’ve been a little quiet lately. It’s not that I haven’t had things to write about… I have a bunch stored up. But, after spending the first 7 months so insanely busy, I realized that I wasn’t paying enough attention to the grieving process. Pushing things aside too...
October 29th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Walk On

I have loved music my whole life. I can’t sing or can’t play an instrument, but I have a knack for remembering lyrics and making great dj mixes. I get some of this love from my parents. From an early age, I remember our house being filled with Simon & Garfunkel and James Taylor. Every...
October 15th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Walk On

I have loved music my whole life. I can’t sing or can’t play an instrument, but I have a knack for remembering lyrics and making great dj mixes. I get some of this love from my parents. From an early age, I remember our house being filled with Simon & Garfunkel and James Taylor. Every...
October 15th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Waeger Cup V

Waeger Cup V was a huge success!!! It was a great day. So great that I am still recovering. But happy looking at the trophy that Diehl, Serge & Joe brought home for Dan! More later, but enjoy the pictures! Could my nieces be any cuter? Our 8-some (well 10 if you count me & Brielle!) All...
October 8th, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More

Grey’s Anatomy

It’s no surprise to anyone that I really like TV. Having lived through this side of cancer, it’s always interesting to me to see how the disease is portrayed on my favorite shows. For any of you that watched last week’s season premiere of Grey’s Anatomy, you’ll be familiar...
October 1st, 2009 | Blogs-contributors, Dan Waeger | Read More