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6. Here we go...

Two days after my GP told me the news, I had to call the haematologist to make an appointment and they couldn’t see me for another four days. 1,223 more words


A New Leg, an Earthquake, and Two Trips to the Lake

Today marks six months since we received confirmation that Kohen had cancer (November 26th). It has been the longest six months of our lives and we still have at least two more months of chemotherapy remaining. 496 more words

Deja Vu All Over Again

While many things about this journey are bringing back memories, many things are better this time around. And some of those old memories are good, too. 313 more words

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Well F*ck, It's Cancer.

Life just threw me a major curveball. I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) 14 days ago.

I was sick as a dog in bed for 3 weeks. 1,101 more words

6. Back to the scheduled programming.... It's all go in prep mode!!

Resuming the planned schedule of content, at least for the time being…

At the same time the telling people stuff was going on the cancer treatment process was kicking in to action. 1,404 more words

5. How Did I Tell People?

You may not realise, but the hardest thing to do when you find out you have cancer is to tell the people you love.
I still vividly remember when my Dad told me he had a brain tumour – he cried (well, we both cried – obviously). 1,306 more words


Not a job wanted

The alarm clock is beeping. You were right, this month it really is darker than last. The reason for the alarm waking us up so early one week each month is never far from either of us. 278 more words