Monthly Archives: February 2015

Day 97 – Chemo-cation and the kindness of friends

By |February 14th, 2015|

Have I ever mentioned that I have the best friends ever?
I don’t get out much – even without cancer, the demands of work and home keep me pretty well-grounded.  With cancer, I’d given up on attending  yearly “work-ation” at the photographer industry’s trade show coming this March.  The costs associated and the timing put it out […]

Day 96 – Negative never felt so good.

By |February 13th, 2015|

I’ve outlived my father.
He died at the ripe old age of 43 from renal cell cancer.  His mother, too, had renal cell cancer – not once, but twice.  These facts have never drifted far from my mind however since my breast cancer diagnosis, these facts began to loom over my head giving me a […]

Day -5 Pre-diagnosis – When the universe screamed at me.

By |February 10th, 2015|

I’m back-posting this because I think it’s got some important and relevant content.  I posted these words on Facebook 5 days before I received my diagnosis.  I didn’t post with the intent of gathering pity or support, but I felt that if I didn’t get it out there I would explode.


Day 93 – I’m really a bad blogger

By |February 10th, 2015|

I’m determined to not let this cancer thing rule my life so that means that as much as I am able, I try to live a ‘normal’ life. That means that I avoid cancer-things, like this blog.

It’s my excuse, I just made it up and I think I’ll stick with it.
After a one week […]