Category: Blog

When Cancer Changes Friendships

When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I had to make the difficult decision on how I would tell the people in my life the bad news.  My health had always been a fairly private thing to me due to bullying I experienced previously. … Continue Reading “When Cancer Changes Friendships”

Opening A Store During A Pandemic.

My secret project finally launched earlier this month.  I opened an online store featuring apparel and accessories for the cancer survivor, thrivor, and co-survivor.  Even if you haven’t had first or second hand experience with cancer, many of these items may apply to you.… Continue Reading “Opening A Store During A Pandemic.”

Losing My Mind

I felt like writing today. It is something I was not sure I would be doing for awhile. Chemo brain takes a lot out of me and often makes me feel like a shell of who I once was. This week, it has gotten… Continue Reading “Losing My Mind”

3 Months Later.

It’s been 3 months since I became a breast cancer survivor.  Things started to calm down a little and chemo brain lessened its hold.  I graduated to seeing my oncologist every three months instead of every two weeks.  I am seeing my specialists less… Continue Reading “3 Months Later.”

Survivorship During COVID-19.

Hello again. It’s been a few months.  A lot has happened since I last wrote.  I’m currently having a good “chemo brain day” so I figured I would try to get a post in before it comes back to haunt me. Speaking of chemo… Continue Reading “Survivorship During COVID-19.”

It’s Been Awhile.

It’s been awhile since I have written.  Not because I didn’t want to, but because I couldn’t.  One of my least favorite side effects from going through cancer treatment is the chemo brain.  It’s no joke.  Sometimes getting words out into a coherent written… Continue Reading “It’s Been Awhile.”

What I Learned the Day I Almost Died

I wrote this post to my Facebook friends on July 31, 2019.  I am choosing to share here, after many people have suggested I share in more places.  I am also choosing to not edit the post as it is raw and real the… Continue Reading “What I Learned the Day I Almost Died”