Three hundred and sixty-five days. That’s every single day for an entire year. I logged my meals, my snacks, my fluids, my exercise, my weed,
Please ignore the debris lurking in the shadows back by the fence. Tornadoes ripped through our area a couple of days ago, and we lost
It’s been one week since the doctor told me I was done with chemotherapy. Here’s a recap of how I got this far. I’ll write
I couldn’t sleep last night, because my legs were itchy and tingly. They jump and jerk involuntarily when the neuropathy gets bad. And I toss
It would. I’m just saying. *** Every time I think I’ve hit Fatigue Level: Ultimate™, my body surprises me. And the fatigue gets worse.
Last week my parents were here to help us clean and organize. That’s because I came home after completing daily radiation therapy in April, and