I heard a term that resonated with me awhile back; Infantile Omnipotence. It basically means, since something isn't happening to me or anyone I know, then it won't happen to me. I don't have that. I know I'm in for a difficult journey, but I'm getting a tough time wrapping my head around logistics and … Continue reading Week 2; The wheels on the taste buds don’t go round. They wobble and fall off.
Watch what you wish for, you might get it. Last post I was itching to get this train rolling. Now, the train has left the station and is picking up steam. Let's start with chemo, which was the first thing this week. I knew the infusion center was a nice place. And so it is; … Continue reading Garden of the Skeltons
After I was diagnosed with Cancer, it was like I was sucked into a huge machine. Appointments were being made, procedures and tests happening. Unlike with the vets sucked into the maw of the VA scandal, I haven't waited a minute for anything. There's a cost for that, however, as the insurance statements arrive, signalling … Continue reading Starting the marathon with a rock in my shoe.
When I started Therapy for throat cancer, I thought it would be cool to blog about it. It wasn't.