This week we have a talk with a special guest. Some know her from Londen and Autumn on Tiktok where she talks about her young daughter’s rare terminal illness. This week she talks to us about what that’s been like, what the diagnosis is, and how she’s been coping. This strong momma bear is finding so much support on that platform and we’re here to share her story. We’re talking to Londen Tabor and this is one bridge who refuses to fall down.
For dinner this week, Cindy made us Dr. Pepper BBQ Ribs with baked macaroni and cheese. This meal was finger licking good. For dessert, she made a blueberry ricotta cake in honor of Londen’s Jersey roots. Our wine was Chateau Ducasse Bordeaux Blanc, a dry white wine with a slightly tropical taste.
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