Tag Archives: Mother’s

It is better to give than it is to get

Last December, I learned the truth to this saying more than ever.  I was visiting with patients at the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center when I met a 21 year old woman that had a profound impact on me … Continue reading

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A celebration and a farewell…

I came to the UCF because I was young, eager and jobless. I was offered an opportunity through AmeriCorps and I snatched it up; work with other young adults, create an army of volunteers and a virtual community of support. … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season for Giving

A year ago, just 3 months after joining the team at  the UCF, I was deeply inspired by a personal delivery I got to make as an Ulman Cancer Fund elf. After the delivery I wrote this (cheesy) poem. For … Continue reading

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