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Greetings from the Bad Blogger!

If I look at my entries, it has been quite a while since I have blogged. Never fear though, I have thought about blogging every day! 315 more words

Communicating without a voice

Well, we made it through a very, very long night. Pain not controlled so well, but I guess if you lost part of your tongue and a gash slashed in your neck, it would be very difficult for anyone but the anesthetist to control the pain. 275 more words

Post Op - the first few hours

I was able to talk to his surgeon after the surgery.  He said Craig did very well!  He didn’t have to use part of his wrist muscle for tongue or neck transplant!   395 more words

FORGET YOUR PINK RIBBON THIS IS WHAT BREAST CANCER REALY LOOKS LIKE

Up until this moment I already had had 2 surgeries: One for my port placement and one for my lumpectomy. I unconventionally had a lumpectomy prior to my mastectomy to see if my tumor was responding to chemotherapy. 1,526 more words

Breast cancer lesson number 24: Not all upgrades are worth having!

I have only ever been upgraded once before in my life. Duncan and I were on a holiday in Cyprus and, having opted for a really tiny hire care, we were upgraded to something a little bit better. 596 more words

New Treatment for Esophageal Cancer--Cool

In the past cancer of the esophagus was a difficult and problematic cancer to treat. This is a breakthrough.

Of the 8th circle of hell and spring springing

I spent over 2 hours at the DMV yesterday for about 2 minutes of paperwork. I brought literally every piece of paper having to do with the DUI. 513 more words