Monthly Archives: May 2017

For the Week of May 28, 2017: The Loneliness of Being a Cancer Patient

Today I write about a subject that I don’t often speak of, nor even give into its darkness very often.  Today I am lonely.  I wonder how many of you who also have Stage IV cancer are lonely.  I can’t … Continue reading

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For the Week of May 21, 2017: Remembering Anniversaries

My husband and I will be celebrating another year of marriage this Sunday, a day after our anniversary date, since I’ll be returning home from Toronto. I managed, however, to surprise him by sending a bouquet of flowers through FTD … Continue reading

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For the Week of May 7, 2017: Lying Awake in the Night

Dear Readers, Our house went on the market this past week, and daily, my husband, our dog, and I vacate our home for a few hours to allow real estate agents to show the property to prospective buyers.  There’s no … Continue reading

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