Democracy. An awesome word with a lot of meaning behind it. A word that allows us to vote, elect, and support causes, ideals, and beliefs. The ability to be a self-thinker, to maintain rights, and to seek the American Dream. Right? Unfortunately, the 2020 election has done more harm than good. It has made theContinue reading “The Election that Divided Us.”
In 2018 when I learned that my cancer returned, I decided that I was going to share my journey with others so they can try to understand the mind of a person who was going through a fight for life. Here I am in 2020, and again I am still fighting the battle. There areContinue reading “The journey continues.”
What we least expect to happen is exactly what we need to expect.
We take it for granted most of our lives. We tend to believe that it will always be with us and it will never leave us. We believe that what you don’t do today can be done tomorrow. The call you said you were going to make, the visit you were going to have, theContinue reading “Cancer & Time.”
Can I laugh with Cancer? Cancer is not funny. It’s depressing and hard for anyone despite the stage, the type, the treatment it comes with a dose of sadness, pain, etc. So, how can one even begin to write a blog about laughing with cancer. It’s pretty easy, actually. Amidst all the sadness, the pain,Continue reading “Laughing @ Cancer.”
I have cancer. In fact, stage 3A lung cancer with spreading into the lymph nodes. I am alive. Over the past year I have watch cancer dress me in many faces. Faces that were dark and scary and faces that were laughing and happy. You may say, “Laughing and Happy?” Yes, let me explain: CancerContinue reading “Cancer’s Many Faces.”
These past few weeks have been taking a huge toll on me including mentally, physically, and spiritually. In the last week life has been turned upside down for many people, including me. Life as I knew it was changing and panic, fear, uncertainty, and reality began to hit home. COVID-19 is real. We have watchedContinue reading “Let’s Face It… I am Dying.”