Most of what you’ll read here is life and fun, with episodes from my past, amusing and serious. But I have an unwelcome stranger lodged in my brain, as you’ll find if you explore my stories. Our destinies are interlocked, but its deadly presence reminds me every minute that each day of life is a miracle. This is my space to reflect on life, and an interactive area where we can share our experiences freely. Without you, this blog has no reason for existence. Carpe Diem!
With some trepidation, I submit the following. The photo was snapped this morning. In spite of the ravages of chemotherapy, radiotherapy, the bloating effects of steroids, side effects of Avastin, and plain old time, there can be life after fifteen months of ferocious attacks on the human body. A posting intended to lift the spirits of those dealing with cancer, either theirs or family members or friends.