Life before Cancer made sense. Wake up in the morning, shower, dress, coffee and off to a full day at work. Unless, there was a bump in the road, un-employed and looking for a new job or when a family member was in crisis. Life was an exercise in routine. I would like to pose […]
My disease has possible reached the point, depending on the results of a upcoming spinal tap, where it may be necessary to undergo traditional chemotherapy down my spine. This type of traditional cancer treatment scares me. I have no desire to feel sick while killing the cancer cells? I have ordered a book called the […]
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It happens when your terminal illness leaves you home alone , and unable to drive. Your thoughts become almost like a friend except they do not talk back. Lost in reflection? Is it good or bad? Percentage wise, I reflect on what should I do? Nothing major. How can I take my Grandson Hudson to […]
I have been busy lately. Two ambulance rides, a spinal tap, ten day’s in the hospital to name a few events in my life. “Oh” do not forget, an impacted tooth extracted last Thursday. My family has been extremely supportive. I feel thankful my Mom stayed by my side, and my husband took care of […]
I am over a month late for my 2018 Goals and Aspirations. I have made an executive decision. Take life one second, hour and day at a time. My goals are dependant on my health. I look back at last year, and it reminded me that I was stuck in the mindset of my adult […]