Tag Archives: motherhood

Time for a Group Hug

Hello everyone, I have some bad news to share. In my last post, I wrote about feeling vey fatigued. I had also been struggling with some headaches. To be safe, I had an MRI on Sunday and unfortunately, the results … Continue reading

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After Cancer

Ever wonder what happens after cancer treatment ends? Nope? Me neither! But, I’m finding out, so you can too. For a little while, I was feeling great. In my last post, I wrote about how great it was to be … Continue reading

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Hiding from the Sun…

…but not from life! I have been happily unplugged from the Internet for the last couple of weeks. Treatment ended on July 18th and we promptly left for a little rest and relaxation. My skin is on the mend, thank … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Red

So, friends, I knew radiation seemed to be going along too smoothly. What seemed like a mild sunburn before has progressed to an itchy, uncomfortable, hot stretch of skin. It’s yuck. Plus, it is boiling outside, and I still have … Continue reading

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Walking the walk

On all my visits to Princess Margaret hospital, and over the last several months there have been many, I’ve noticed this big, huge banner ¬†over the entrance. It says “I believe we will conquer cancer in our lifetime.” Every time … Continue reading

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This Blog is a Love Letter

In the past, I’ve worried about the publicness of writing about illness. This concern with publicness is a common theme in a lot of blogs written by moms of young children. Will my child grow up and be embarrassed by … Continue reading

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Thank you, arm.

I am happy to report that my arm performed well at the next CT scan and I was able to get it into the right position. Phew. They put four teeny-tiny tattoos (that look like birthmarks) to mark out the … Continue reading

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