Category Archives: The Not Cancer Part

Kindle Thoughts – Part 2

Kindle Features Search The best feature, IMO, of ebooks is the ability to search text to find what you’re looking for quickly and easily. Kindle not only lets you search the book, but also your notes. Pretty handy. Maybe not … Continue reading

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Back at Work – For a While At Least

I mentioned earlier that the Radiation Oncologist suggested that I go back to work for a while because the effects of radiation won’t affect me til the end of treatment. So… I went back to work full time about a … Continue reading

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Another Lost Holiday

July 2, 2018 Cancer claimed yet another holiday off from me this week. First it was Thanksgiving. I wasn’t doing chemo yet, but it was happening the week after. My Thanksgiving was by no means “normal.” Then Christmas. Then my … Continue reading

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Post Surgery Goodbye

July 9, 2018 I learned in the last week or so that my surgeon is leaving the hospital where I’m being treated and is headed to LA. I had some questions about my healing and was lucky enough to get … Continue reading

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If I Hate Pink So Much Why the Title?

Way before I had breast cancer, and way before pink ribbon campaigns, I hated pink. I hate what pink is meant to stand for, which was girly-ness. Girls (and women) are supposed to be dainty, ladylike, obedient, cooperative and most … Continue reading

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They Never Ask for the Backstory

Cancer. Cancer’s what I’d be doing next. It didn’t wait til the end of the calendar year. It didn’t care that I hadn’t joined a gym yet. It made sure that I was too tired to do anything on those weekends that I was home between trips. In fact, cancer prefers me to be overweight.  Continue reading

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Unfulfilled Dreams

Thinking back to my earliest memories, I was fascinated by and loved science. I. Loved. Science. Continue reading

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