Some people get angry with God when tragedy strikes, others find comfort in him. For me, I found my faith again. There were times where I sat on our bedroom floor unable to move and all I could do was look up and pray. I was literally like Kesha, falling on my knees praying. It took…… Continue reading Finding Faith
Give me a good chocolate martini and I can tell you about my twenties. Give me Taxol and Carboplatin and I can tell you about my almost mid-thirties. One is better than the other that's for sure! *Hint it's the chocolate martini and Nicky Blaine's Cocktail Lounge in Indianapolis makes the best martinis! My husband and I walked out… Continue reading Surviving the Chemo Cocktails
Reality. It creeps up like a serious you know what. Reality being that cancer is a club that no one wants to be in. Today I learned that someone I have followed in the journey for a while entered hospice. Hard ugly cry. When I say that there is a raw that will never go away for…… Continue reading The Club No One Wants To Be In
A number of writers have written about John McCain and their pieces of what not to say to someone who has cancer. My opinion on the matter is that you need to find the middle ground. Each person is different and should be treated as such. Some people embrace the fighter spirit, clothe themselves in…… Continue reading Finding The Middle
Music fuels my soul, give me a good beat and a catchy tune and I will MOVE. I will move shamelessly in my living room or my car. If you haven’t caught Portugal.The Man’s, Feel It Still go listen to it and then I dare you not to move, you just can’t do it! It’s…… Continue reading I’m a Rebel Just For Kicks Now
As I sit here and type this in bed I have one of the reminders. I have one leg outside of the covers, one leg in, and a ceiling fan going at full speed. The reminder is a hot flash. They never come when I want them to, like for instance I could pray for…… Continue reading Reminders
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