Tag: Metastatic breast cancer

The Final Cut

Did you take enough from meWith the deftness of a surgeon? Were my borders clean and neat Or does my destiny include A shorter life of restless false religion?I once built walls and set my boundaries so neat.Now with a deadly diagnosis It’s difficult to seewhere I start and when I’ll end.Was my decision taken

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Soul Spelunking: my inner journey after a terminal cancer diagnosis (take II)

Soul Spelunking: taking time out to go on excursions of self discovery, reading the signs written on the cave walls, and finding our way underneath the surface level to healing the very deepest of wounds. Let’s face it, no one gets out of this life alive. Or unscathed. Maybe some lucky people had amazing childhoods.

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Nancy’s 2021 Summer Blog Hop: Five Short Questions Leading to One Long Post

Who are you? Tell us your genre, how long you’ve been at it, who or what inspires you or whatever you want us to know. I am a metastatic breast cancer “endurer” (thank you to Rudy Fischmann who can be found on twitter @fschmnn) and have been writing for my blog and guest writing about

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