Monthly Archives: October 2013

They think of everything

Tout. Todo. Tutto. Any guesses? What do you do when there is a language barrier preventing you from communicating with your customer? You eliminate the barrier. St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has this special phone. Say you are a family … Continue reading

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Starting with a wish

The C word. The big C. Specifically, it’s ALL – acute lymphoblastic leukemia – a disease that in 1964 had a survival rate of 4 percent. Today, thanks to research and technological advances, that number has soared to a 94 … Continue reading

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Always playing catchup

Please don’t look back and judge me based on the number of posts I’ve made over the last few months. I still thought about it all the time. Every day even. Then life came along. And I lost focus. Here’s … Continue reading

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Say a prayer for the children

1950’s. Memphis, Tennessee. With a baby on the way, Danny Thomas brought together members of theĀ American Lebanese Syrian Associated Charities (ALSAC) in order to fund the day-to-day operations of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – a place that was designed … Continue reading

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