Courtesy Sweet Peaks
DRIGGS — In life, just as in baking, practice is often our best teacher.
“After my divorce, I moved to Teton Valley, and then my son was diagnosed with brain cancer. It totally changed my perspective on life. He was 12 when he was diagnosed, and the tumor almost took up the entire right side of his brain,” Callie Smith said. “It was serious.”
The Sweet Peaks owner is emotional recounting “living for two months” in a children’s hospital in Denver after her son Hayden’s diagnosis.
There simply is no secret ingredient for fighting cancer.