For children of parents with cancer
I said yes, not realizing it would mean I’d end up in pink snakeskin pants and 5-inch Nicole Miller heels, rocking out to Nirvana and sipping Champagne in Manhattan photography studio.
I chased her through the hotel, but I couldn’t find her. Then again, Lee Rhodes is tough to keep up with. She’d just spoken at Mom 2.0, the annual blogging conference held this year in Miami, and I wanted to hear more about how she’d launched glassybaby, a unique, colored glass votive company that employs […]
More than 120,000 people have “liked” the page, including me, even though I’m pretty sure you can make your own Bald Barbie with two swipes of a sharp razor.
Here’s one way for people to help cancer patients.
Her Channel profiles Jen Singer about her web site, ParentingWithCancer.com.