Oh, such a pathetic excuse for a liberal arts major, having been diagnosed with cancer over 3.5 years ago, I’ve not asked myself about the origins of the nouns associated with my disease, specifically the two super-topics of cancer and oncology. I vaguely recall reading them in the book, The Emperor of All Maladies . […]Read more
itunes.apple.com/us/book/fighting-cancer/id542184516 Free, yes, truly free eBook by one of the founders of H&R Bloch and his wife. After a dire metastatic cancer diagnosis, Richard Bloch refused to take the death sentence diagnosis provided by his doctors. Instead, he determined his fate through attitude and, although some of us do not apply war metaphors to our […]Read more
via Meet and Greet: 8/17/18 Another cool idea to expand your blogrizons and help spread the love, using safe text of course. I crack myself up sometimes. You can thank my dad, Len, for my mutation of my pun gene. It’s pretty bad, though not as bad as the cancer mutation! Well, follow along and […]Read more
In my lame attempt from bed today to conjure up more readership, I stumbled upon a generous soul with 7500 followers. That number boggles my mind, but I suppose my topic and writing style don’t translate across the miles of eyes glued to happier topics,,
Well bus riders, let’s buckle up in here and welcome new people as they admire my driving prowess.
One night last week Canferatu possessed my intestinal tract. The inhuman noises growled low and deep, as surely once awake, I’d look in the bathroom mirror to find I’d become vampiric, zombified, even bloodless. Only the undead, at least in movies, moan as though they’ve contracted a case of projectile diarrhea. Further proof of my […]Read more
With a metastatic cancer diagnosis it’s imperative that I humbly and graciously accept aid, comfort, support and do so with an open heart and mind. My well-being depends on it. In the past I found it far more difficult to take than give, but my recent caregiving experiences have given me insight into the importance of receiving care to the giver not only the receiver.Read more