Tag: Metastatic breast cancer

Metastatic Cancer: Unemployable and Unapologetic 

Working? Not really. Nothing seems to work. Not me. Not my body. Not my marriage. Desperate and jubilant, isolated and surrounded, frightened and soothed, all on the roller coaster hoping the slow climb up will take forever and not send me screaming on a steep downslope to a dead stop. After two years I feel

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The Oncological Menu at the end of the Metastatic Universe

It just dawned on me as I was driving home, for expertise and advice we choose those people with whom who we agree, and more importantly, who agree with our way of thinking to be around us. No matter the circumstance: hiring staff; new friends; the closer of our family members; electing the president; even professional

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Passports

A lifeless traveler fully awakened, The aircraft lands – you’re stirred and shaken. Roots hold on again, once more, Shackled to a cellar floor. They wrap around the casks and mour , Steady and fast to thick, oaken boards. They bow to greet the tastevin, the spoon, The vineyard grew too thin. Shared from a coast once

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