An Interview with Cheryl Sigmunson – Mom of Olympian Kaillie Humphries #ThankYouMom

Kaillie Humphries & Cheryl Simundson

You never know what will spark a lifelong passion in your child. If you are lucky enough, when that spark ignites you will be there to see it happen. I have always wondered how Olympic athletes get their start and whether their drive is something that driven by their parents or if it’s something that… 

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Long time no blog

Hi everyone out in Blogsphere Land. I am so very glad to be back and connected again. If you somehow missed Luc’s posts I have spent the past week in the hospital battling a nasty case of pneumonia. I finally convinced them to spring me yesterday. I had no connection to the net, no TV… 

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Rare Disease Day Feb 28, 2010

Did you know that today is dedicated to bringing awareness to little know diseases and conditions? Didn’t think so. I had no idea either until a random tweet caught my eye. http://www.rarediseaseday.org/ is trying to bring awareness to these orphan diseases and help them get the funding and attention that they so desperately need. As… 

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Healing my relationship with my Mom.

My mom had bi-polar disorder and was agoraphobic. She was a single mom after my parents separated when I was 2. Our relationship was one fraught with potholes and peaks. For as long as I can remember, my mom went from being full of energy and wanting to do things with me to sleeping all day — leaving me to… 

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