This pictures best reflects what it feels like to have a normal life with brain cancer without being defined by cancer. The following one represents what most days are like: Thanks Free Photo Library for saying it best! Sometimes words aren’t enough!
Words blurred and I lost consciousness. My eyes opened but that was all. Questions. Answers flooded my mind, but hid from my lips. Modeled to the crowd - injected into the wheeled circus. Bed paraded down the hall, as if it takes that many to push it. Cancer haunted rooms, tests, and lips. Eerie. Silent. … Continue reading Diagnosed
I've been blogging less for a while now because I'm not really feeling inspirational and because I've been having panic attacks, maybe PTSD. I'm not even sure which came first-slowing my writing or the attacks, but I think they're related because now I realize that writing was bringing my issues forward and probably would've helped … Continue reading Brain Cancer Panic Attacks
My brain is like a sunset Going down and going out She was so strong and beautiful Is that why I’m still around? The glow is warmer as the sky darkens Good memories are sealed A toast, good cheer, and the night goes on For those enjoying the sunset *Photo and poem both by LahLa
Whether you are a patient, loved one, medical professional, or simply an inquisitive person, I hope my experience helps you.
Happy 4-year Cancerversary to me. There is no emoticon for how I feel, the ocean says it best. Thank you, fellow bloggers who have helped me on my journey. 🌺.
So many cancer patients talk about wanting their spouse to find the right person and love again. I love my husband and don't want him to be unhappy or lonely, so ultimately I want that too, but it's crippling, nauseating, and heart stopping to think about. Maybe when I'm knowingly closer to death my perspective … Continue reading My Husband Having a New Wife – from My Brain Cancer Freeish Perspective