Episode 68: Instructions on Parting with Amy Jenkins

October 14, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Amy Jenkins was part of the New Hampshire Film Festival 2018 and screened her documentary Instructions On Parting: Over  the  course  of  one  tumultuous  year,  Artist  and  Director  Amy  Jenkins  confronts  the  cancer   diagnoses  of  her  mother,  sister,  and  brother,  and  also  welcomes  her  first  child … Continue reading Episode 68: Instructions on Parting with Amy Jenkins

Episode 55: The Burnt Sunset with Chris Ledoux

June 24, 2018 All In with Pauline Hawkins Chris Ledoux is a Portsmouth resident, an engineer, owner of Seascape Landscape, and now, a published author. The Burnt Sunset was just released June 21 and is a post-apocalyptic novel, featuring Chris’s sketches and lyrics. Chris talks about an accident that changed his life, his son’s bout … Continue reading Episode 55: The Burnt Sunset with Chris Ledoux

Episode 31: Childhood Cancer with Libby Giordano

December 12, 2017 All In with Pauline Hawkins Libby Giordano joins me in the studio to talk about our unusual connection: Both our sons had cancerous brain tumors. We talk about how we found out about the tumor, how we helped our sons, the wonderful way the community helped us make it through the most … Continue reading Episode 31: Childhood Cancer with Libby Giordano

Healthy Choices: Essential Oils

I'm happy to announce that I have joined doTERRA Essential Oils as a wellness advocate. I was introduced to doTerra by a friend who has been using essential oils for years now. In the past she has given me oils for stress/anxiety, stomach aches, fever and body aches, and they have worked every time. At … Continue reading Healthy Choices: Essential Oils

Relay for Life: A Survivor’s Story

It's been five years since Ian was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor: Primary Adenocarcinoma of the Brain. It was rare, one in a hundred million; the tumor had sprouted tentacles, and we didn't know for sure if we had found it before it had spread; there was no protocol for treatment; there was no … Continue reading Relay for Life: A Survivor’s Story

You can judge me if you want to

You can judge me if you want to, but before you do, know that I primarily stayed in my marriage because of my son. Ian has been through so much in his nine years: He battled a cancerous brain tumor at four-years-old with his father right by his side, giving Ian the strength and courage to … Continue reading You can judge me if you want to