Checking In

I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed for an article on dealing with life post-chemo for our local newspaper, the Dallas Morning News. I say pleasure, but it was actually tough to talk about that time in my life, even though I think about it all the time. Looking at photos of that time was even tougher.

If you’re interested in reading, here’s the link:


  1. Friesen Group

    Thank you for having the courage to be vulnerable and share from your heart about your experience. You have let me know through the years that I am not alone on life’s path. -Kathleen

    • Mind Margins

      Kathleen, I got your email while I was camping in WY and still haven’t responded. 😦 I plan on catching up on all your blog posts. Sorry for taking so long!

  2. melissabluefineart

    So good to hear from you again, Angela! I liked what you said at the end, that it seems like it was a long time ago. To be able to say that must be huge. I’m so proud of you!

  3. aFrankAngle

    I recall the difficult time of your journey, and I still remember how you impressed me with your attitude … and that same attitude came forward loud and clear in the article and on the video. Thanks for sharing!!!! Cheers to you smiling!

  4. Rachel

    Its strange I felt the need to look on here and saw the article you were in. I am glad for you.

  5. Monica

    hi angela! thanks for sharing the article. i know i’m a little late to read this, but i enjoyed it just the same. although i am not a cancer survivor, i suspect that is some solid advice in those words and i think probably some of it can apply to other traumatizing situations in life. i was happy to read your words – you are an inspiration and i really like your life attitude. happy mother’s day!

    • Mind Margins

      Monica! So, so sorry for the slow response. I have been reading your posts and celebrating your return! For some reason, though, I haven’t been able to comment on any of them. Dumb computers! I’m doing great, coming up on 5 yrs cancer-free, now have 3 grandkids (and one more due end of August), and we’re building a small house in Wyoming! Life is really good. I hope you’re doing better and look forward to lots more posts from you! xxxooo

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