Sunday, August 9, 2015



What a fabulous place to celebrate our thirty third anniversary in Chapala and Ajijic Mexico.  Went to a train exhibit and then to a French restaurant for dinner.  You ask ~ HOW  SAFE IS MEXICO.
We have been living in this area for going on three years and the crime rate and death rate is much lesser then some states in United States.

Mexico is safer than many cities in the U.S.

More than 150,000 Americans safely visit Mexico every day. And while the media sensationalizes stories of violence in Mexico, Mexico is safer than many major U.S. cities. Travelers feel relatively safe visiting popular U.S. cities like Miami, Philadelphia, Chicago, New Orleans, Washington D.C, or Atlanta. Visitors from around the world enjoy these vibrant cities in relative, reasonable safety. Yet each of these cities is statistically less safe than Mexico


Wednesday, August 5, 2015


If enough people take a stand we can do something about it. I read this quote today : All men who have achieved great things have been great dreamers. Let's make this dream come true  

Saturday, July 25, 2015



This topic
is always dragged under the bus.

Do we really
know the definition of the word and how it relates to the healing of cancer patients?

Attitude is
a person’s perspective toward a specified target and way of saying and doing

Stress goes
hands on with the attitude that we can act on

We can start
with the foods that help calm our body from tension.

This again
starts with the way we conceive and behave regarding the choices we have to
control our decisions.

In any kind
of illness such as cancer, this is a stressful time to handle.

Our attitude
plays an important part in the healing process.

you are not alone.

There are
many people in this same boat as you are.

Just seek
help and research what is at your fingertips for you to turn your life around.

A positive
attitude helps you to cope easily with the daily affairs of life.

You can
bring optimism about, which makes it easier to avoid worry and negative

If you adopt
this as a way of surviving, it will be a constructive change, and make you
happier, brighter, and more successful.

Monday, July 13, 2015



The shock of cancer came into our lives as early as December 2010.  It was the unthinkable, but Dan and I were not going to take this lightly.  We started to research and came across this program that was directed from all over the world.  The program was in Mexico in an international hospital.  So we went for it, this meant no surgery, chemo nor radiation, but it meant going to another country.  I did not even speak Spanish!!  But that did not matter, just knowing that I would not have to go through chemo ~ I was good.

As I look back and look over the video’s that I took, I realize how lucky we are, for both of us went through this treatment and are cancer free at this time.  I have learned how to manage cancer while enjoying life.

I have so much to be thankful for, while being on this ride, we have been enjoying the company of our friends.  From Washington to California ~ New York to the Carolina’s ~ even Maine.  I would like to thank all for sharing this time with us.  I have reflected this time through movies and sharing with the world that we can have a change of lifestyle and still be able to enjoy life without side effects and pain.

The best way to describe what I have learned is Research and that Knowledge is Power.

Through these video’s that I am sharing I hope this can change the future of cancer and that others will learn and open their minds to other options that do not have every lasting side effects.

Through my change of lifestyle Dan and I moved to Mexico.  So I have created movies of How Safe Is Mexico.  I have met fabulous people from all over here in this area of Mexico ~ Lake Chapala.  Through the movies and my blog, I am hoping to change the thinking of Mexico being scary to visit.  Much like the states there are good areas and bad.

I will continue sharing my life and experiences with all.   

It’s impossible, said pride.

It’s risky, said experience.

It’s pointless said reason.

Give it a try, whispered the heart.

You deserve to follow your heart and choose your own journey, but first we need to explore the unknown.

Do the research and you will find that it is not pointless!

Your mind will grow full of hope and your travels may continue for many years.

Sunday, July 12, 2015




This is a start of mini videos of my experience with
cancer without surgery, chemo and radiation. 
Each video tells a story that many children and adults experience daily,
which I would like to change by sharing preventions and options while dealing
and managing cancer.  Everything is
possible with the Power of Knowledge.

For more information about other options, I wrote a book on
my experience and in the back of the book there are websites full of

JUST CLICK this website:

Friday, June 26, 2015


As a reflect on this week, WHAT A WONDERFUL WORLD. Sunday Father's Day we went to a jazz festival here in Ajijic. My neighbors Noe and Jimmy were playing. My favorite band and fabulous musicians.

HOW SAFE IS MEXICO ~ Your So Beautfull To Me

As a reflect on this week, Your So Beautiful To Me . Sunday Father's Day we went to a jazz festival here in Ajijic. My neighbors Noe and Jimmy were playing. My favorite band and fabulous musicians.

HOW SAFE IS MEXICO ~ Jazz Festival

As a reflect on this week, THE TRILL IS GONE. Sunday Father's Day we went to a jazz festival here in Ajijic. My neighbors Noe and Jimmy were playing. My favorite band and fabulous musicians, minus the Danny's in the background ~ OH WELL!!

Saturday, June 20, 2015


Tomorrow is Father's Day
For nearly forty years ago my dad ( Sam Surdi) has been with me in spirit.  I have felt his presence surrounding me as I grew to become a women.  He has been missed not only by me , but the rest of the family.



Through his love and sacrifices to make life better for his children and wife, I honor him today with my compassion of spreading other methods to fight cancer without side effects.  Please join me in this quest to make a stand and change cancer forever.   

I need much more signatures to meet my goal and start action with our governments to fight for others that would like to choose other methods 
In memory of your loved ones that passed away from this disease, lets not forget them in vain and help support this cause.  I would also like to honor:
Sam Surdi
Nick Surdi
Camille Pursifull
Eugene Pursifull
Paul Surdi
Pete Surdi
Loretta Sudi
Mary Surdi
Thelma Malin
Ana Lopez



Who do you honor in memory of this horrible disease?