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.
Of course I fear cancer returning its ugly head. But I am taking this moment, this breath, and acknowledging my gratitude that I'm not there. I chose to be active in life rather than powerless to cancer.
It's hard to do things that are a waste of time when you are already short on time.
I'd like to share this blog with you today: On Survivorship, from the Survivors http://glioblastology.com/2018/09/17/on-survivorship-from-the-survivors/ — Read on glioblastology.com/2018/09/17/on-survivorship-from-the-survivors/
If you exclusively read positive posts, or if you are easily offended or squeamish, please skip this post and we’ll catch up later. Today I needed to vent but I know it’s not right for everyone. Much Love, LahLa God help me, Cancer, if I ever meet you in person, not your cowardly slither into … Continue reading Fuck You, Cancer!
The Battle Against Cancer. Who’s Actually In The Ring?
Here, I am vulnerable, honest, and open. Today I share a few of my thoughts, reasonings, drives, concerns, and questions with my fellow bloggers.
The bittersweet gift of life after brain cancer and guidance from a teen who died from it.
What would you like to know about life with brain cancer? How can my experience make the world a better place?