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Bounce Back from the Banter
Bounce Back from the Banter Being 100% on the same team doesn’t always mean 100% on the same page. By Missy Thibault We took quite the break from blogging and recording our podcast. Months. I thought it was primarily because of our work overload, and yes that was partly to
Tumors shrunk. Gratitude grew.
TUMORS SHRUNK. GRATITUDE GREW. Tumors shrunk. Gratitude grew. Something seems to be doing the trick. By Chris Thibault 5:00 AM wake up time two days in a row. First day it was for a TV commercial shoot we are producing for Health New England. The location was at a lake
Mercedes Car Wash
Mercedes Car Wash Put on by Mercedes-Benz of Springfield. By Missy Thibault If I were to hear about a car wash fundraiser, I would typically think of a group of kids flagging people into a parking lot with buckets of soapy water. Having a good time, raising some money for
Work. Life. Risk. Reward.
WORK. LIFE. RISK. REWARD. Work. Life. Risk. Reward. Working hard to plan the unknown. By Chris Thibault Although I just spent a couple of days laying low after I had some serious aching bone issues, I am feeling some positive things. My body is telling me that the tumor growth
Powered by Surrender
Powered by Surrender Powered by Surrender Recycling energy and surrendering to survive. By Missy Thibault On September 26, 2018, Chris sent me this text, “Scan’s not good, unfortunately”. After jumping through a few hoops (due to phone systems being down) I finally spoke to someone about his results. Later that
Mission: Metastatic Miracles
Mission: Metastatic Miracles Mission: Metastatic Miracles Going beyond the treatments on a spiritual quest of my own. By Missy Thibault As we set out for Canada we were overwhelmed with gratitude for the love and support that was being flooded our way. I can’t tell you how many people have
Hell on a Table – Hyperthermia
HELL ON A TABLE. Hell on a Table Whole body hyperthermia. By Chris Thibault In a nutshell…this was no fun. Maybe it’s because it just happened and it’s in the forefront of my brain space, but I can’t recall a worse experience I’ve had. Ever. It was that bad. Why?
A little heat, a little “C” and a Mistletoe kiss in Canada
A little heat, a little “C” and a Mistletoe kiss in Canada. A little heat, a little “C” and a Mistletoe kiss in Canada Our first trip on the journey to heal. 🇨🇦 By Chris Thibault We decided to make the trip to Fort Langley in British Columbia, Canada for
How to Run a Production Company While Living (or Dying) with Stage 4 Cancer
HOW TO RUN A PRODUCTION COMPANY How to Run a Production Company While living (or dying) with stage 4 cancer. By Chris Thibault Picture this. I am bent over on a hospital chair with my right foot on the floor and my left knee resting on the
BEFORE THE DUST SETTLES… My brother Bran. My original goal was to wait until the dust settled until I wrote this. But I am done waiting, done procrastinating. The last two weeks confirmed what I knew all along. Time is too limited. For all of us, with or without cancer.