If you're scanning the pages of this blog or reading my book you may have been diagnosed with cancer, you may have a family member or friend who was diagnosed or you may be struggling with fear for any life changing event. Whatever your reason, I'm so glad you're here! I've spent the last four (+) years having… Continue reading Why are you reading this?
Two days ago I had my quarterly check-up with my oncologist. She did her usual exam and (praise God) said nothing seemed abnormal (if you've had a life altering diagnosis you know check-ups can be nerve wrecking). As she moved to my right side, she noticed a mole. She asked if I saw a dermatologist or had… Continue reading Worry or not
As you probably know by now, over four years ago I started writing about breast cancer. I wrote about the emotional roller coaster of breast cancer, the pros and cons of chemo, the complications from surgery, the side effects (and potential remedies) of treatment and finally the "accident" (still not exactly sure how to label that event). During this… Continue reading The Process of Writing