The Action League of Insurance Agents

Posted August 29th, 2011

You may read about “heroes”, people doing extra ordinary things in extra ordinary situations. People running into burning buildings to save others. Soldiers single handedly fighting off attacks from enemy soldiers. But when you’re dealing with cancer, you’re stressed out, your health’s a mess and life is on the line, heroes that can really help […]


My Bike

Posted August 8th, 2011

I just can’t get rid of it. It rested in my garage for months, unused. It’s hopelessly outdated. It’s ten years old. It’s a little bit on the dirty side. It’s not comfortable on long rides. Though I’m a big guy, it’s actually a little too big for me. I’ve blown through about a half […]


How Many Lives Did She Save Just By Opening Her Mouth?

Posted July 12th, 2011

Betty Ford, former First Lady, has passed away. She died at the age of 93. Mrs. Ford lead a remarkable life, most notably for her courage, speaking her mind and telling the truth. In 1974, shortly after her husband became President, Mrs. Ford was treated for breast cancer. It was made public, as was her […]


Denial

Posted June 27th, 2011

She was desperate. I remember she was a middle aged woman with dark hair. I think she was still wearing a coat long after the rest of us took ours off. I was attending a blood cancer support group at Gilda’s Club Delaware Valley. We had an unusually good turn out that night. I can […]