Since deciding that I needed to be spending more time doing other things than living in this blog, I’ve struggled some with what to write, how to keep this interesting and what to do about having enough to post on a regular enough basis to keep people reading. I started realizing about 2 weeks ago that I was going to run out of posts and updates on my progress/condition within the next few weeks.

Out on Twitter, where I have an account also with the same name as the blog, I see a lot of content repeated and pushed out on a schedule from other blogs. I don’t want to be repetitive. I think that repeating the same posts over and over causes people not only to lose interest, but also to lose track of what’s going on. I won’t be doing that even when the details of what’s going on in my life might be more than a tad boring.

Once I finish these last chemo and radiation treatments, there isn’t going anything big going on for the next few months, which will mean more posts about unraveling the side effects of radiation and this chemo treatment and a few other things not necessarily related to my cancer. One thing I will be doing is putting together some of those recipe posts I promised back when I started the blog, and I’ll be moving to a bit slower schedule, posting once a week.

Stay tuned!! I promise it won’t get too boring!



About Pink Ribbon Road

This blog is about receiving and living with a breast cancer diagnosis.
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