About Kelsie

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I’m a journalist and freelance writer who has covered Major League Baseball and other professional sports for the Boston Globe, Los Angeles Times, Minneapolis Star Tribune and St. Paul (Minn.) Pioneer Press. I covered the Minnesota Twins for five seasons, voted for American League MVP twice, covered the MLB postseason more than once and won awards.

And then I quit. I was pregnant with my first child when my husband, Chris, got a job in Calgary, and I walked away from my career to move to Canada and be a mom.

I started this website when I decided to start writing again. Not long after Chris was diagnosed with ALS. I quickly learned that writing is cathartic for me and started to share our story in this space. Here I write about how we are doing, the sadness and anxiety surrounding a terminal illness, and the perspective our challenges lend.

Kelsie Snow is a freelance writer, podcaster and storyteller. She blogs about her family’s life since her husband, Chris, was diagnosed with ALS in June 2019 and shares their story and other’s on her podcast, Sorry, I’m Sad. She lives with Chris and their two children in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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