Yesterday was the anniversary of my cancer diagnosis. My "cancerversary," if you will. Here's what my life looks like today... I haven't seen a hospital in months. I get a lot of restful sleep. I take zero pills for anything. My only drug is coffee. I can move a lot without getting tired. My temp … Continue reading A year ago…
Today is a day that won't go down in infamy, but it is a day for both reflection and looking ahead. And first and foremost, remember when I said this way back when I told you all I had cancer for the first time? "I could end with some hippy dippy bologna about rainbows and … Continue reading I’m in that space now.
It's Thursday, which means I have my ninth round of chemo tomorrow. Already? Yes, already, darn it. Some good weeks creep by and I'm happy for the pace. This good week? It went by way too quickly. Which, in the grand scheme of things is technically good...weeks going by faster means I'm that much closer … Continue reading #amdoingallthethings
Now that I'm four rounds into my chemotherapy (five rounds...as of this coming Friday), I feel like I have a pretty good perspective on what it's like to have cancer. And it's interesting because I can compare and contrast my experiences with others who have cancer and more often than not, it's usually not the … Continue reading What it feels like to have the big “C”