Monthly Archives: December 2009
Mark mumbled early this morning some plans involving scotch and the ringing out of “this horrid year”. But doctors believe breast cancer takes six to eight years to develop to a detectable size and this was the year we caught … Continue reading
Whether or not we believe this disease has intentionally presented itself to do so, it’s definitely encouraging me to learn and grow in ways that my stubborn adherence to justice, fear and inertia has always prevented. So, while the medical … Continue reading
Encouraging words from Cheryl Swanson’s Busting Loose: Cancer Survivors Tell You What Your Doctor Won’t: Somewhere in the midst of surgery or treatment or chemotherapy, your own genie is going to claw her way out of your core. And there’s … Continue reading
It’s day 13 of my first chemo round and I’m feeling great. Still, I managed to pull several muscles in my forearm … pressing garlic. What the–?
We prepared this short video of clips from Andrea’s head shaving party and some thoughts that we live by every day.