Winter Memories

Winter Memories

Winter is here and with the cooler air, I remember how the chill always affected Jim’s breathing. My husband, Jim, was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma and the colder air, while welcome after the summer heat, was always more difficult for him to enjoy. We found...
A Resolution of Permission

A Resolution of Permission

Ah, January, the beginning of a-new! A new year, and for many the time to start working on a new ‘you’. I am sure many of you – much like myself – have this grand vision of starting a workout routine – one that will stick this time. I do believe that taking care of...
Many hands help meet the need

Many hands help meet the need

Photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash Over 2018, we’ve been highlighting the many ways our partners and sponsors contribute to Threads of Life’s vision and mission by growing awareness, growing our volunteer base and growing our participation. The fourth piece of...
Giving strength and courage

Giving strength and courage

When confusion or loneliness strikes, sometimes all we need to hear is: I get it. I understand. For Threads of Life family members, their Volunteer Family Guide is often the first chance they have to talk to someone who truly understands what they’re going...