Childhood cancer, Parenting

My son survived – why bother pushing for research?

A few months ago I attended at conference on Accelerating the Development of New Oncology Drugs for Children and Adolescents. The first day was packed with fascinating, complicated presentations all revolving around the issue of how to get new drugs and new treatments available in order to save more children with cancer. Later that evening,… Continue reading My son survived – why bother pushing for research?

Girl's Trip

Paris in the spring with the girls

The Story of the Infamous Butt-Bra Jeans. One of the things about being an expat is that you leave friends behind in your old homes.

Expat Life, Parenting, SwissNic, Travel

A Canadian-Danish Christmas in Switzerland

There’s no snow this year. In fact, it’s expected to be 10 degrees and sunny this afternoon. The great thing about Switzerland though, is that looking out my window I see the Alps across the lake and their peaks are snow-covered – it’s magical and very Christmassy despite the warm weather down here. I have,… Continue reading A Canadian-Danish Christmas in Switzerland