Monthly Archives: December 2015

It’s Been Nice Knowing You 2015 – Don’t Let the Door Hit You on the Way Out

It’s the last day of 2015. Helluva year. Twelve months ago, fighting cancer was certainly not on my radar screen. Now that I’ve finished my radiation therapy as of yesterday, and chemotherapy is two months behind me, I am facing … Continue reading

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Everything’s Coming Up Hair Sprouts All Over!!!!!

It’s the little things in life, they say. And in cancer treatment recovery that is certainly true. My eyelashes are FINALLY growing back. I have tiny little sprouts of eyelashes growing back on both my upper and lower lids on … Continue reading

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Two More Zaps to Go

Today is my┬ápenultimate radiation zap. 18 down, two to go. One this afternoon at 4pm, and my final zap at 9:30 am tomorrow. The end of my cancer treatment is less than 24 hours away. It’s been a helluva seven … Continue reading

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Radiation – Zaps with a Purpose

I’m half way through my course of radiation treatments. As predicted, my breast is pink, as if I’d been in the sun all day and have a light sun burn. Radiation is even more of a mind game than chemo. … Continue reading

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Marks of Distinction – Radiation Tattoos

I got my first tattoos. Two tiny little black dots, about the size of a pin head. Doesn’t seem like much. But, as life-changing tattoos go, these two little marks are the motherlode of significance. These two tiny little dots … Continue reading

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Spunk Counts

A friend of mine posted a link to this blog on her Facebook page. Several people have been kind enough to read a few posts and then send me a comment or two. One came from an old friend I … Continue reading

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