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Let Him Be Among the 16% Surviving Cancer

It was well after midnight and it was becoming more and more difficult to hold back the tears. I had to get out of bed. My husband had just fallen back to sleep and I didn’t want my gentle sniffling to wake him. 370 more words

The Big "C" ....

When I was growing up, you would rarely hear of someone having “CANCER”.  In 2010, my mother was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer and my aunt Barbie was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer.   399 more words

When people ask how I am....

How am I?  …

Well, I’m still trying the grasp the idea that 90 days ago I was diagnosed with an inoperable stage 4 lung cancer, there is no stage 5.  414 more words

The Tibetan Singing Bowl

I’ve had a few people discuss why and how I use the Tibetan Bowl with respect to “bowling” my husband so I thought that I would elaborate a little about the process.   567 more words


Choices (2)

In my previous entry (Choices), I spoke about how I was struggling to deal with how positive my Mum was whilst facing a limited life span. 776 more words

Losing My Mum

lost thoughts

I think, maybe, for the first time in my entire life I’m experiencing the ability to take a step back and really look at it. For the first time my priorities are not just based on moving forward and creating the best life I can for myself, but also experiencing life and love and creating memories that are real. 393 more words


Facing Reality Part 2

I’m the type of person who is always preparing for the worst. I do it about everything. No, I’m not constantly worried or frazzled, but deep down in my mind I always have three back up plans, two escape plans and the ability to not be surprised. 347 more words