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Rethinking Traditions

It has been almost 2 months since I blogged. I had one round of radiation on the new tumor in my left humorous and my level of pain in that shoulder has reduced significantly. I am continuing on the same treatment and will have scans again in February. Holidays can be a way to mark … Continue reading Rethinking Traditions

Refuge

I spent a lot of time playing the piano today. It is my therapy and the best way I communicate with God. We had a lot to discuss today. One of my most favorite hymns is On Eagle’s Wings by Michael Joncas. I thank my 4-H House friend, Bev, who asked me to sing it … Continue reading Refuge

Disappointment

My “below-the-neck” scans showed a new lesion in my shoulder. That is the first time I’ve had progression below the neck in over a year. It is just starting to form and it is the only sign of active cancer below my neck. So it is not good news but certainly not awful news. It … Continue reading Disappointment

Looks Can Be Deceiving

Writing is one of my therapies so when I haven’t blogged in a while, you know how I’m doing. The past 3 months have been a blur of traumas. Family problems. Catastrophic flood. Pain. I’m doing what I need to do to put the pieces back together and help everyone through. I wish i had … Continue reading Looks Can Be Deceiving

Insane in the Membrane

My last cancer blog was 28 days ago. Here is a run down of what happened in the last 28 days: ☑️ Two chemo treatments ☑️ Closed the fiscal year for my employer ☑️ Processed transactions for > 1000 patronage, stock dividend and equity retirement ☑️ Produced the booklet for the Annual Shareholder’s Meeting ☑️ … Continue reading Insane in the Membrane

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