Ramae Hamrin was a busy mother of three, high school math teacher, and long distance runner when she broke her femur in a fall in March of 2018. Shortly afterward, she was diagnosed with stage II multiple myeloma. She began writing as a way to stay connected with friends and family during her treatments which often took her away from home. After a difficult stem cell transplant, she adopted a labradoodle, resigned from her teaching job and created her website, Incurable Blessings, to write about the inspirations she has experienced alongside an incurable diagnosis. She continues to write and recover at her home in northern Minnesota.
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