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Hiss-Growl

Our daughter has developed a hiss-growl that she uses whenever she isn’t happy about a situation. Like a feral, wild cat her hiss is impressive and powerful, ending with a slight guttural growl and sometimes clawing motions. She mostly uses … Continue reading

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Comfort Quilt

I read something the other day about the biological essence of cancer. The author wrote about the different factors that affect a cancer prognosis: stage, grade, metastasis,patient health and the ‘biological essence’ of the cancer i.e. the unexplained factors. The … Continue reading

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Why not be me?

More and more people at work know about my husband’s diagnosis. Today a colleague approached me and asked in a concerned tone, “How are you?” I said fine and asked her how much she knew? ¬†She replied, “enough to know … Continue reading

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Inner Critics

I have a very loud and active inner critic. It second guesses and judges me throughout my day, (it can also give me its fair share of praise- which it then later judges me for accepting.) Cancer provides very fertile … Continue reading

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Waiting

We have been waiting this week to hear from the experts at Dana Farber as to the actual subtype of my husband’s sarcoma. He began treatment yesterday despite the lack of ¬†information. I think he felt he needed to start … Continue reading

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10 Days In

Today started out as a good day. It almost felt like a normal day BC (before cancer.) However, I came home to find a copy of this book sent to us by a family member, and it was a harsh … Continue reading

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