Monthly Archives: November 2014

Day 19 – Cherishing the mundane and normal day

By |November 30th, 2014|

((I got my day count jacked up.  Now it’s correct))

Today was a blissfully normal day full of normal and mundane things.  I had a fabulous session with a really funny, gorgeous client who brought in a wardrobe that caused me to do a little happy dance.  Then I entered receipts and did some mundane […]

Day 17 – So much to give thanks for

By |November 27th, 2014|

Yesterday was a roller coaster, one big giant mood swing after another.  I woke up filled with sadness, I went to bed filled with joy and hope.

I’m self-employed.  I’ve busted my ass to build up my business.  I’ve accepted that cancer will take my tits and treatment will take my hair – small prices to […]

Day 16 – Mommy, are you going to die?

By |November 26th, 2014|

I’ve not yet really allowed myself to feel fear or sadness until the past two days. This morning I seem to be making up for lost time.

Hiding in my bedroom, partially to get away from the noises that children make and also to allow myself to wallow in solitude. I really don’t want the kids […]

Day 15 – The beginning

By |November 25th, 2014|

The beginning of this journal any way.

I’m not horribly certain where to start with this thing… so I’ll go back…

30 days ago I found a lump in my left breast.  I actually found it in my sleep.  It was one of the few nights that my mister was not snoring like a bear and […]