Escaping The Plandemic To Grow Superfood & Survive Brain Cancer

My inoperable brain tumor helped me escape the Pandemic to live on the Garden Island. Kauai. During covid, the beaches have been empty, I’ve been persistent on filling my spirit cup to its fullest with long walks, rolling around in the sand like a dog and letting the ocean take my body into the sun.




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