When one is faced with their own mortality, it causes one to live a life with a higher sense of urgency. More urgency to live, love, laugh, and be slow to anger. Sista Monica speaks with American Blues News on all these emotions as she is a cancer survivor, an artist, and a woman. And, I have [...]
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Candye Kane is a long time survivor. She has survived a dysfunctional family, pancreatic cancer, and relationships. It is one thing to merely survive. It is yet another to burst out of survival mode and LIVE! Candye has shared her pasts and surviving with many. She speaks with American Blues News on what successful living is to her [...]
Jewelry designer Elisa Guida has been on a journey. Newly married, her path suddenly shifted 16 years ago with a breast cancer diagnosis. Stepping inside the life of a cancer patient, and with a recurrence 6 years ago, Elisa became very aware of what was needed and what was very, very helpful. Finding inspiration in [...]
Recently I’ve had the extreme privilege to be a part of several charity and benefit events which quite honestly have changed my life. Starting with the Santa Clarita Valley/American Cancer Society ‘Relay For Life’ where I (MusicUCanSee Productions) was invited to shoot exclusive live video of the ‘Music For The Cause’ portion of the event. [...]
Ann Rabson has a great family and she has the love and support of the family that extends throughout the Blues community. Currently undergoing chemotherapy and radiation for cancer, Ann is the first to say that she has had a wonderful life and is looking forward to much, much more. Ann spoke with American Blues [...]