After surviving breast cancer and gaining a lot of weight, Andrea Davis set a goal to participate in races every month and lost over 100 lbs. In this commentary after her written account, Angela tells about some of the races she attended and some of the things she has learned from the process.
Ellen Rosenthal tells of researching the history of her great-grandfather, Maurice Rosenthal, a Jewish peddler during the 1880’s; a challenging time for families living in the tenement apartments of New York City.
Donna Kenninger, a retired nurse, tells about being a volunteer storyteller at Riley Hospital for Children, the power of story and how electronics are a curious new distraction for pediatric patients.
Jeff Rothenberg readily shares his passions for his work as a surgeon and his advocation of glass art and explains how they balance in his life. When asked to honor Dick Lugar’s greatest achievements and 36 years of service to Indiana in glass, how did Jeff use his knowledge of chemistry and anatomy? He tells the story… See also Joani Rothenberg life Story.
Joani Rothenberg, an Art Therapist, explains how the process of art gave her more freedom for expression as an individual, a common language and interest in her marriage and a way to bring positive energy back into the environment for the cancer patients she serves. See Also, Jeff Rothenberg.
After many years of kindness to an older family friend, a will is changed, a gift surprises everyone and Susan Barrett’s dreams to improve services to the needy come true.
After a childhood in Martinsville, North Carolina, reading plays and dreaming of being a teacher of drama, Frances faced the frightening real life drama of serious heath issues. When Frances and her husband Rick came to Indianapolis they found job opportunities, medical expertise and a good life together.
Dr. Louise Elizabeth Goggans talks about people who inspired her to pursue the world of books, education and medicine leading to her PhD and work at many prominent Indianapolis hospitals.