For war implies that there’s a winner and a loser. And I am no loser. And when I do die I will not have lost my life to cancer. I will have died from lack of a cure. So when I think of Independence Day I think of a cure for cancer. And that would be in the true independence day for all of us wouldn’t it?… Read More Dependence Day: metastatic breast cancer and the loss of independence
http://www.lbbc.org/sites/default/files/LBBC003_Org_Bro_8x8_Optimized.pdf Here’s a PDF brochure of the services that LBBC.org provides – you can find EVIDENCE-based, expert vetted information so you don’t have to go searching all over the web or wonder what Google searches will turn up for you today. If you’re looking for clinical trials, an ear to listen, advice you can use… Read More Living Beyond Breast Cancer – What’s in it for you?
Ophelia’s insouciant behavior, dramatic as any character except the kind I play. I, the understudy. How I’m thought of by each audience on the star’s night off. “I don’t think we came to see her.” Thoughts race around feigning interest at Shakespeare’s incarnadine creation of skirts with blood stains. Behind a blushing face she thinks,… Read More Not Who You Expected
I hung the bird feeders where they’re safely out of the way of what dangers may lie in wait for a snack, just below. They become a tease to the enthusiastic ears and eyes of their natural enemies watching…listening. But I’m not familiar with their language- how would I have known the sounds of foxes:… Read More Defined by Walls – Removed by Advocacy