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July 25, 2012

“You look good in short hair. Are you going to keep it that way? How long was your hair before? I don’t even remember how your hair looked like before,” and within a few seconds of greeting me during my

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Medicinal options

A collection of empty pill bottles from all the medications I took while going through chemo, sits on a corner of my kitchen counter. They are there to remind me the agony induced and cured by the concoctions of steroids,

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June 8th, 2011 – part 2

Dizzy and starving I left behind one of my breast’s at Women’s College Hospital. We didn’t expect to be driving during rush hour traffic. I thought for sure I would have been up and out of the hospital by 3pm. It

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June 8th, 2011 – part 1

“How terrible was everybody else’s sleep?” Maggie asked coming to sit down, in the front lobby of WCH, where she met us. “Meh, I had 2 hours but I’m going to be sleeping all day today, anyhow,” I answer.  Cory,

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Crappy choices

(First sent out to via email, May 17th, 2011) I knew it was coming but it doesn’t mean it was easier to hear the news.  I think I was more mentally prepared to receive this news than all the other

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