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Team Triathlon 2016 - UNITED BEHIND A CURE

My alarm went off at 3:30 this morning.  I was not expecting what ended up being my first thoughts.  They weren’t of me running the run leg of this morning’s Spring Sprint Team Triathlon per se.  1,262 more words

Stage IV

I- A Letter to Issa-Haiku Master..

Dear Issa,

Something tells me, that if we met in person, we wouldn’t need words. That our eyes would meet, sparking an understanding transcending language. Indeed, that is my hope. 1,472 more words


Life goes on during Chemo!

Let me tell you a secret about life. It’s not about how someone prepares for everything to go right, it’s about how someone handles everything going completely wrong. 641 more words


The (Positive) Power of One Little Number

As a mirror to my post in February called “One Little Number”, I wanted to write a very short post tonight called “The (Positive) Power of One Little Number”  It shows the wild-emotional swings of Stage IV cancer – as you careen back and forth between positive and negative data. 445 more words

Stage IV

Tuesday's with Jessi 

I try to live as normal of a life as possible. So normal, that sometimes I completely forget that I have lymphoma. It’s 50% mental. I met an amazing girl on Instagram that follows my blog, she ended up living in Boston. 805 more words


Dr. X-Ex's-And other men

There comes a point in your life where everyone you have dated in the past just becomes water under the bridge. As women, we’ve all dated our fair share of men who are under par, people that just aren’t good for us. 913 more words


Avoid the Chemo Blues

I may seem like the most optimistic person ever, but trust me. I have my days too where chemo gets to me, I’m in a bad mood, I’m sad, and I don’t want to get out of bed. 851 more words