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Tuesday morning about one AM I get a call from one of my daughters telling me that my ex is gone.  He had a heart attack a month ago Monday.  887 more words

Fiction And Reality


I suppose as I sit down to type all my thoughts, so I can finally make sense of everything that has been happening in the last few months and then what I suppose for better words now then straw which broke the camel’s back.    879 more words


One of the Few

Seven. S.E.V.E.N. 7. SEVEN!!!!!
It’s officially 7 years since I received my preliminary diagnosis of lung cancer.

“Ms. Cutlip, the results of your X-ray are in. 503 more words

A Cautionary Tale 

Ignoring the other ‘Findings’ on your CT could be deadly. As an advocate I am always telling people to collect copies of every test, every report, every piece of medical information generated about you, your disease and your treatment. 858 more words

Sight for Sore Eyes

A late spring Saturday night – 6 couples get together for a dinner party in one of the most beautiful homes I’ve ever laid eyes on. 556 more words

Redefining My Purpose, My Life

Advocacy takes many forms and I’m still learning to define myself and my role.  In the early phases I was going to set the cancer world on fire.  714 more words