Post Archives tagged ‘breast cancer aftermath’



Up to this Summer’s Blogging Challenge

Posted on: August 11th, 2017 by
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Layout 1 This week my friend Nancy Stordahl, who blogs at Nancy’s Point, announced a new summer blogging challenge, where bloggers answer 10 random cancer-related questions. This challenge is a great idea, so I decided to participate. As is the case in Nancy’s challenge blog, feel free to provide comments addressing any of these random Continue reading the story "Up to this Summer’s Blogging Challenge"

Cancer and the Imagination

Posted on: September 30th, 2016 by
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Layout 1 When I was a teenager, I wished my active imagination would always stay vivid. Unfortunately, that wish came true. *** Being diagnosed and treated for cancer unleashes a maelstrom of emotions. But lately I have been wondering if a cancer experience heightens our imagination. We imagine our deaths. We imagine our physical pain and suffering even before we Continue reading the story "Cancer and the Imagination"

Dinosaurs

Posted on: July 16th, 2015 by
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“Oooh, that’s one creepy-looking dinosaur!” I told my wide-eyed-but-ready-for-bedtime daughter. “Then read about it, Mommy!” she laughed, pointing at the ferocious dinosaur in one of her favorite books. “Honey, I’m so glad they are extinct.” “Otherwise, they would chase us and eat us?” “Yes, I’m sure.” She yawned. “I’m glad they are extinct, too,” as she rolled over to sleep. It’s now midnight, and I’ve been trying to sleep for hours, Continue reading the story "Dinosaurs"