port joy

multiple appointment week This week I saw my oncologist in person, had an echocardiogram and a CT scan. oncologist I…

options

two years It’s been two years since I received the news that I had metastatic cancer. Prognosis was grim; still…

sigh

My giddiness has abated. Two weeks later and an MRI in between and my “stable” is no longer true. Latest…

forward

Since my last post, I’ve turned a corner. There’s no other option than to move forward. Shutting down and sitting…

hells bells

pin cushion I’m a human fluffing pin cushion. When I was wheeled in for my surgery, I warned the aenesthetist…

recurrence

Once you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you live with the fear of recurrence. Once you’ve hit certain milestones you start…

Bad Hair Week!

medusa

***CAUTION*** – IMAGES BELOW MAY BE TOO GRAPHIC FOR YOU.— Ever wonder what a craniotomy incision looks like? This revved…

sideways

There is no easy way to say this. I walked into the ER on Wednesday at midnight to confirm if…

happy holidays!

August 9, 2018

It’s a gratitude day – a genuine one. Today is the anniversary of the “You have cancer” message – 12…