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Happy Thanks-Giving

First a word: a friend told me she did not get my whole blog last time–the part about our trip to Aruba. If you didn’t see it and would like to read about it you will have to go back to “Blue Ain’t My Color” and reload it. 402 more words

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Pain and Practice

You can achieve the magic eye
Through pain and practice.
Eyes for now, opposite.
Silver shadow spreads upwards.
Lids covered platinum,
Then black and back, 70 more words

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30 Days of Thankfulness: Day 21

Day 21: Disappointment/Fear

This is something strange to be thankful for. I guess I would have to say that I am most thankful for my fears about my children. 74 more words

30 Days Of Thankfulness

When Cancer Comes Close

It is reported that more than 1.2 million people will be diagnosed with cancer this year.  Sadly, more than 600,000 people in the U.S. will die from this awful disease in this year alone.   1,158 more words


Blue Ain't My Color

As she escorted me down the fluorescent hallway, she casually said “so, you’re just here for a Pet Scan?”  Just here for a PET SCAN? Are you kidding me? 1,454 more words


Patients at Pluta Have a Guardian Angel

It’s very expensive to have cancer. There are scans, monthly labs, Doctor appointments, drugs to fight the cancer and more drugs to help with side effects. 450 more words

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On the Road Again

Today I’m making my favorite trip again. *eyeroll*  I’m headed down to Sloan-Kettering for another fast and dirty trip for a PET/CT.

The last time I updated regarding my health, I was going to see a GI Oncologist at Sloan on September 28th to see if she could unravel the mystery that is me. 826 more words

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