From the mouths of babes

January 16, 2017

Pretty much all the honest truth telling in the world is done by children. ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes *My daughter Emma has decided to share some of her feelings about cancer. Please leave her comments and I will read them with her. PS I did edit for grammar and punctuation but left her words as […]

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The Next Step

January 9, 2017

I finished my first round of chemotherapy. Thank God! That Neulasta was abusive. The second round began today with an appointment with my oncologist where I had to sign papers approving the usage of Taxol and read through the 3 pages of probable and possible side effects. It makes a girl feel all warm and […]

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Graceful Resolve

December 31, 2016

I’ve never been one to make resolutions. I will, however, admit that I do try to be better than I was the previous year, which honestly, isn’t all that hard. I’m human, after all, and fail miserably at being the person God intends almost daily. I start out every day with good intentions and usually […]

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This is 45.

December 28, 2016

In all its glory, This is 45. It’s stretch marks and crow’s feet. (And a great editing app…) It’s falling asleep at 10:30 instead of staying up til three. It’s a glass of wine with dinner and strong coffee with breakfast. It’s having adult conversations with adult children and still having kids who need their […]

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It IS a Wonderful Life.

December 24, 2016

Christmas day is a mere 10 hours away. My house is chaotic. There’s already a huge pile of gifts under the tree from dear friends and some of the older kids. Breakfast is already prepped for tomorrow. Dinner is ready. But I still have gifts to wrap. The Santa tracker is on the laptop alerting […]

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Chemotherapy + IMMEDIATE Menopause = Crying at the dumbest moments

December 21, 2016

So yea. A rarely talked about side effect of chemotherapy is menopause. Not a slowing down of hormones, but the immediate end. And let me tell you, that’s some fun stuff right there. Menopause smacks you in the face HARD just when you’re beginning to think you’ve got some sort of handle on this whole […]

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The not-so-pretty side of cancer – the meltdowns

December 17, 2016

Yesterday Hugh got to see a not-so-pretty side of me. He bought tickets for us to see Rogue One at the +21 theater, which is always nice (no kids, adult “treats”, and more comfortable seating). It’s been a while since we’ve gone on a date, just the two of us, because I have the kids […]

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