A few weeks ago, I shared one of those annoying ambiguous posts with an even more irritating cryptic text underneath. It’s was a picture of me with a film crew on an elaborate set. “Making Lemonade” was captioned with a delightful lemon emoji.
Welcome to my "Second Act". I'm an on-air television contributor, a mother of three and a passionate advocate for philanthropies. I'm also a cancer survivor. Join me as jump back into media and adjust to my new life as a single mom.
TIME TO UPDATE MY BIO - FROM #CANCERSLAYER TO #CANCERSURVIVOR
Max, Although you thought I left you at ski school by yourself... I never left. I hid behind walls and other people so I could make sure you were ok. I watched as you rode up and down the magic carpet all morning long.
When you are diagnosed with a late stage cancer you are given pause to reflect on your life and the things you are most proud. I've had some remarkable experiences, trials, tragedies and great achievements..all stemming from an immeasurable gift.
Today my husband and I stepped outside to drive to my oncology appointment in NYC... but you made things a tad cumbersome by stealing our two cars.
Up to this reprieve in Aspen I have been sick, weak, and exhausted from chemotherapy and nine infusions lie ahead. I've been couch bound wondering how Tarik and Christine can remodel a kitchen for $12 and why those "Property Brother's" aren't married.
I began to put this website together to organize my experiences and begin the next chapter of my career.
As John Lennon says., "Life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans."