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Day One Thousand, Three Hundred, and Sixty-Five

I am done counting days since I was diagnosed, so this is the last annoying day-count title.  I will always look back on August 28, 2009, as one of the worst days of my life, but I am moving on,

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Day Eight-Hundred and Six

Yes, it has been a while.  Again.  But I’m here.  I have something I wrote for a few events for which I recently had the privilege to speak.  That speech is below.  More another day. Being diagnosed with cancer was one of

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Day Three-Hundred and Seventy-Seven

So, it’s been over a year since I was diagnosed.  So many things have happened since then.  So many things have happened since the last time I posted on this blog.  Recently, I have decided to pick it back up, mostly

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Day Fifty-One

Is anyone reading this blog?  I have enjoyed documenting my ups and downs, my losses and celebrations, but if no one is reading this, then I may just stop writing.  I’m going to be very busy soon, with yoga lessons,

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Day Forty-Eight

It has been a whirlwind week.  That’s for sure.  I am tired thinking about this, and I want it all to be over. On Tuesday, the 13th, I went to Duke for a second opinion on my treatment options with

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Day Forty-One

Yesterday I had a huge blow to my confidence, and my spirits.  I finally saw the oncologist, and what does he say we need to do?  Not just chemo, but 6 months of chemo, at two days per week intervals.

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Day Thirty-Nine

Today, I walked 2 miles!  Yes, I am just as shocked as you are.  I knew I needed to really get onto that walking thing – not that I hadn’t walked at all, just not nearly as much as I

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