Monthly Archives: June 2013

I Love It When a Plan…

I’ve always been a fan of The A-Team, not the new version, the original. The A-Team, if you recall (yeah, yeah, I’m showing my age), was a team of misfits who were often called upon to help the down-trodden or … Continue reading

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I Choose Joy – Guest Post by Rebecca Gertner

My daughter, Tara, sent me these words via Facebook. The original author is Rebecca Gertner, who lost her husband to cancer earlier this year. I was so moved by her story that I asked permission to repost it as a … Continue reading

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A Word about Tissue Donation

I promised information about Bone Marrow Donation my last post, so here goes. Anyone between the ages of 18 and 44 can join the bone marrow donation bank ON LINE! You don’t have to leave your home. Why donate? An … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Numbers

I shared the waiting room of my oncologist this morning with three other cancer patients. We were all there for the same reason – blood tests. After treatments, we all are totally dependent upon the phlebotomist’s reports for our CBC, … Continue reading

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Hiccups and More

Quite a bit has happened since my last writing. Perhaps the most disturbing was a bout of hiccups yesterday. This is a frequent result of high-dose Prednisone usage which is part of my current chemo regimen. Fortunately, it is only … Continue reading

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