Tag Archives: lessons learned
After today, I have one chemo treatment with Taxol left. One. I am so ready to be done with chemo. So ready. The birds woke me up about 5 am and I was at the hospital by 7:30 am. I … Continue reading
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
I thought, after my diagnosis, that I’d be able to get caught up on things while working from home because chemo was going to kill my immunity. I was looking forward to doing the training and getting the certification(s) I’d … Continue reading
When I first started this blog, I thought about writing a post every day. I’m ever so glad and thankful that I chose not to go that route. Aside from feeling like I’d be behind the 8-ball every day chasing … Continue reading
This list was inspired by the book 1,000 Places to See Before You Die, and the website “Bucket List Journey.” Because, as we’ve heard, no one on their death bed ever says they should have worked more. I’m no exception. Let’s face … Continue reading
I heard over and over how much more I’d like Taxol. For the record, I don’t *like* either of them. I’ve decided that neither is really better than the other. They’re just different. Continue reading