Wings of Angels

My name is Linda Fisher, and the idea for my Gift Baskets came to me after undergoing a double mastectomy in January 2003.

Wings of Angels ( has beautifully designed baskets for the recovering breast cancer surgery patient -- easing discomfort and to help calm the spirit, relieve stress and anxiety.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

Cancer Free Radio!, and Working Out Again...

It's been below freezing this week!, so we temporarily lost our Spring...but it's been a great week anyway.

I've been finally able to work out again  (WHOO-HOO!!!) after my breast surgery, but will have to take it slow, and NO upper body work out yet.  Just another step in "back to normal".  :-)

Have you ever checked out Cancer Free Radio?  They do inspirational stories that celebrate survivorship and caregivers.  They did an interview with me in late February.  If you ever want to renew your faith in life after cancer, check out the amazing people here.



P.S.  Here's a preview of the "Tender Talk" basket, a positive way to talk to children about cancer.  It's available in pink and blue!

Friday, March 18, 2011


WOW!  What a beautiful Spring day!  Sunny out, and it's going to be 70 degrees.   One of the many blessings of cancer is that we seem to enjoy life's simple pleasures...with gusto.  So, today we're out smelling the Spring air and looking for flowers and birds.  :-)




Friday, March 11, 2011

New Basket - "Tender Talk"

I'm soon ready for a new basket for my Wings of Angels website!

It includes things for kids, to help tell them someone they love has cancer.  It's built around the Butterfly Kisses and Wishes on Wings "book to help guide you as you teach a child about cancer. We hope that its words and pictures will foster an honest and open dialogue between you and the child listening or reading along. Additionally, we hope that you will see the magic that Butterfly Kisses and Wishes On Wings Book has in bringing children to a clearer understanding of cancer, and the realization that they have great power within themselves to be an active and integral part of their loved one's cancer journey."

What's exciting about this basket for us (the book, art pad, crayons, coloring book, hug box, and tissues) is the reasonable cost (around $65, the cost of delivered flowers!)...and it's appropriate for any cancer diagnosis survivor that has children that love them. 



Friday, March 4, 2011

Re-doing my medium size basket - the Comfort Basket

Comfort Basket
On the Wings of Angels website, the medium size breast surgery gift basket is the "Comfort Basket".  But I can't get the shawls anymore!  So, now the basket contents need re-thought.  In the meantime, I put a "Temporarily Sold Out" sign on the basket in the website...until I figure out what to do.  Yikes!

The WGAL story brought new folks to the website.  Jere Gish and his crew did a great job, didn't they? 

And my breast surgery recovery continues to go well.

So life is good.  :-)