Monthly Archives: November 2014
I absolutely adore flowers, so I have been thrilled with all the arrangements I have received over the last few months. So…take a look at my gallery below.
Although cancer fighting drugs are meant to help, they are very toxic. They have many side effects. When side effects are mild, you can carry on your daily routine with family, friends and work. Sometimes you have to rest more … Continue reading
During one of my recent hospital stays, my niece Marissa stopped by on her way to college to wish me well and bring me a little gift to cheer.
My diagnosis came after I had experienced ongoing back pain that became unbearable. After some tests it was discovered that I had a compression fracture of the 4th vertebrae caused by cancer cells. Additionally, I had a tumor on my … Continue reading
The last good meal I had was in July at the Golden Corral with Brenda and the Browns. It’s always a good time when they visit. I am thankful for having them in my life.
In March of this year I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Metastatic Breast Cancer. That means cancer cells have traveled to other pats of the body, in my case, my spine, liver and ribs. There is no medical cure for this type … Continue reading