By Pat Wetzel
CancerRoadTrip is about making lemonade out of lemons, and using travel to heal.
We all heal in different ways. Sometimes a new location helps by creating a new way of looking at things.
This particular post on Luxor, Egypt is by Steven Boone. I met Steven at a lecture in Santa Fe, and his story is remarkable. As is his art. I hope you’ll enjoy Steven’s CancerRoadTrip.
This post is a short compilation of some of Steven Boone’s adventures in Luxor over the course of several years. Steven is an artist, photographer and writer living in Santa Fe. His travels have taken him around the world numerous times. His adventures are chronicled through his art, photography and writing. I am grateful to be able to share some of them with you. Steven’s connection to cancer is through his daughter, Naomi, who died of Ewings Sarcoma, a particularly deadly form of childhood cancer. Steven wrote a moving memoir of her battle: A Heart Traced in Sand.
One woman’s quest to make lemonade out of lemons when handed an impossible set of circumstances including becoming homeless while dealing with an incurable cancer diagnosis.
When the going gets tough, the tough go traveling.
A cancer diagnosis causes a young man to reassess life and found a remarkable company to help others.
I work as an oncology/mastectomy massage therapist at Cornerstone Spa and Integrative Wellness. I have the opportunity to meet people at one of, if not the most…
Pat Wetzel is the Founder of the Anti-Cancer Club. And now she’s on a mission for health and healing:
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What would matter to you?
Creating a memory with loved ones?
A restful and healing space?
Twelve lucky winners will come together each quarter, with thought leaders in health, nutrition and mind/body science together for a healing retreat.
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