Calling Cancer a Gift Or an Opportunity for Enlightenment Is Insulting! | Nancy’s Point — Read on nancyspoint.com/calling-cancer-gift-opportunity-enlightenment-insulting/comment-page-1/ If you haven’t read Nancy’s book, please read her posts on Nancy’spoint.com her blog give her your thoughts in the matter of has cancer made you a better person (sigh. Absolutely not in my case anyway.) Then… Read More Calling Cancer a Gift Or an Opportunity for Enlightenment Is Insulting! | Nancy’s Point
welliesandseaweed.wordpress.com/ Julia’s Wellies and Seaweed blog post well researched to get you moving one way or another – particularly read her morning lament. It’s as beautiful as the writer. Thanks Julia.
I wait for her to enter sleep, the door left open to my world. I hear her cries and let wind blow her tears from her dreams into a sudden sun shower. Hope beckons her near me. I’m no longer in her room, her mentor. The light burned too brightly and my time came to… Read More Sharing responses to the prompt, What do you see; Jen- “Whispers” ©J.E.Goldie – What do you see # 30 – 18 May 2020, Christine Bialczak- What do you …
Why does anything that seemingly brings joy or comfort feel like a luxury since my metastatic cancer diagnosis? I’m truly not one to just let opportunities for fun and friendship go by and there’s no depression happening either chemically in my brain or circumstantially. No one could blame me for feeling depressed either. But it doesn’t describe how I’m truly feeling nor how all this is affecting my emotional well-being.… Read More Turning Isolation into a Gift of Giving