Monday, September 29, 2008


T. Suzanne Eller, author, columnist, and breast cancer survivor, is now host of a great new blog for moms called Momlogic. It’s a community for “thinking moms who don’t have time to think!” If that sounds like you, then you need to join!

Suzie is the blog “hostess” of Christian Momlogic which is gaining momentum every day and is the place where you can share your feelings, thoughts, and insights on being a mom. It’s also a place to gather information to share with others along the journey of “momhood,” and to gain encouragement and support.

You know the saying, “once a mom…always a mom!” I find that my “boys” who are now 22 and 27 need me as a mom in a different way; I have become their confidant, a giver of knowledge, supporter, and listener. We never stop being a mom to our children, we just go through different transitions that ultimately lead us to the best “job” we ever had.

I’m so thankful that I have been able to see my boys through safe passage into adulthood after being diagnosed with breast cancer 12 years ago. That was one of my greatest fears—not being able to see them grow up. I’ve seen them through high school and college graduations, and hopefully someday soon maybe I’ll be a "mom of the groom.” Who knows?

My interview is posted on Momlogic and I’ll let you read the rest of the story. Stop by for a chance to win a gift basket.

Blessings to all of you!


Greg C said...

Sounds like a woman thing, I wouldn't understand. :) But then that is what makes women so interesting.

Connie Pombo said...

Hey Greg,

You're right it is a woman thing, but scroll down a little further and read my other post: it's a "man" thing. Maps! Now I want a personalized license plate that says, "IMLOST."

LOL! :)

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

Wonderful interview Connie. I love finding out little snippets about your life :) You're one amazing lady and I'm so glad God brought you into my life. You have made a great impact on me in so many ways :)

MomLogic looks really neat too - great information for parenting :) Nice job by Suzie Eller.

Connie Pombo said...

Hey Susan,

My's something that I'm so grateful for (especially seeing my boys all grown up). It's the best part of survivorship!