Saturday Ice Fever #ALSIceBucketChallenge

I was called out a few days ago to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, the viral awareness campaign which I’m sure you are fully aware of. I’ve been very inspired by the… Continue reading

The Dash: A Tribute to Our Son

It’s really hard to share this publicly but we know that there are a lot of people that love and care about us so we thought that it was important to do so.… Continue reading

A Little Moore…

I’ve been waiting a long time to post this. I hope you are as excited as we are… One of the hardest moments in the midst of my diagnosis was the realization that… Continue reading

#BrainTumorThursday

Originally posted on This Grey Matters Blog:
It occurred to me today that when I was new to this world of brain cancer, it was quite an overwhelming place. With the internet, there…

Let’s make a movie!

“Sometimes in life you step out in faith and it’s always a scary endeavor”. I’m about to do something that is very hard for me to do but I know deep down that… Continue reading

Thank You Joe Ninja

2014 started off strong with my Seattle Seahawks winning the Super Bowl and a clear scan, but this last month has been very rough. A couple weeks ago, I got word that my… Continue reading

Our Christmas Card.

We didn’t get a chance to mail out our Christmas card this year so we decided to share it on the Blog and in case you didn’t hear, we celebrated another Clear Scan… Continue reading

Solidarity: #beathelen

Stupid Brain Cancer is playing with fire again by going after another young dynamic couple here in LA. After only being here for about a year (from Kansas), relative newlyweds Josh and Erica… Continue reading

Tame The Dragon

One of the many cool things about doing this blog is the amazing people that I’ve been able to meet. Many of them affected by Brain Cancer (either themselves or their loved ones).… Continue reading

ANOTHER CLEAR SCAN!!!

Sat in the tube today and was pleased to find out that everything is still looking clear and stable. It still feels so good to get the thumbs up from the doctors. My… Continue reading