People who’ve dealt with a cancer diagnosis live in a constant state of uncertainty. Sometimes we like to dream of what life could be like on Earth 2. Maybe it will and maybe it won’t, but dreaming never hurt anyone, did it? … More Meanwhile on Earth 2
Please pardon my French, but I couldn’t think of another way to convey what I’m feeling. Let me backtrack. When J and I lived in New Jersey back in the late 80s through the mid-90s, we made a lot of friends. But there was one couple in particular with whom we really connected. You know–or … More Well Sh*t
Making your home look stylish is nice, but tending to your own interior–your emotions–is the most important thing you can do during your or your loved one’s cancer treatment. Bring on the interior decorator–aka your therapist! … More Interior (Daily Prompt)
I’m not going to make a fortune off this blog, but do enjoy musing on life and what makes it such a good ride. Here I talk about how good fortune, blessings and luck can coexist with a cancer diagnosis. … More Daily Prompt: Fortune
Take a break from 24/7 cancer! Create new memories with you family and friends by celebrating milestones and special occasions all year long. … More Celebrations Big and Small
It’s a toss up as to which is worse: a) say nothing because it’s awkward or b)say something totally insensitive. Try for c) None of the Above. Read about how. … More All About Friends
You’ve been slammed with a difficult diagnosis. People want to help, but first you need to help yourself by prioritizing your needs, eliminating the clutter and time-consuming but non-essential tasks in your life and then clearly communicating your needs with friends. … More Setting Boundaries
You’re going to have to make a lot of big decisions. It’ll help if you if your oncologist is not only smart, but knows how to talk and listen. … More To Chemo or not to Chemo?