Category Archives: The Not Cancer Part

Wearing My Heart on My Sleeve

I have been having a hard time catching my tone before it escapes my mouth. Or my email. Or… okay, Twitter.  Continue reading

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Seymour Butts

Okay… I said I wasn’t going to post anything immodest or any truly disgusting descriptions. This post sticks to that, but it talks about something kinda gross, so if you go forward, be WARNED. 

Something gross this way comes!  Continue reading

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Maya Said it Best

Happy 90th Birthday, Maya Angelou! I started this blog with the intent to show that even with a diagnosis of cancer and yet to be known outcomes, I can still survive, thrive and do so with style. 

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Entertainment – Oscar Nominees

While I’m not a huge fan of TV, I can be something of a movie buff. And seeing as I’m on self-imposed home imprisonment, I have plenty of time to watch the Oscar nominees as they show up on streaming … Continue reading

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Staying Strong

I received this very beautiful vase of flowers from my my office yesterday. What helps me stay strong is knowing that there are people everywhere (and I do mean everywhere) that are thinking of me, praying for me, and wishing … Continue reading

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What Happens When I Can’t?

The main reason for posting other stuff is because it’s good to get out of your own head once in a while. It’s also good to laugh and do things you enjoy so your body can relax and heal a bit. Continue reading

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Got Me a Case of Cabin Fever

Now that I’m finally feeling better after being sick since October with some sort of upper respiratory infection or another, I realized that I have the dreaded winter malady, cabin fever. My friends from the Upper Midwest know this condition … Continue reading

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