On some level I've been avoiding writing this post for some time. Since June, really. I do not feel about our trip to Costa Rica as I once did. Thank goodness...
I'm tired. And I know that this goes for all of us. I see it and feel it all over everyone. We're sick more often and tired all the time. Our energy stores are empty and our capacity for patience is topped. Trent is really feeling tired since his experience with the pleural effusion from a few [...]
This is 37.
I know. I know. It's been a while since I've given this blog any attention. That's because all of my attention has been going exclusively to my family. I have literally had zero time for much else, other than 15-20 minutes of yoga a day, which is essential at this point. So, what about Trent? [...]
Genesis 1:29 - Then God said, "I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food." I realize there seems to be something missing from the conversations that I have started. So, this will be the thread [...]
Trent started radiation this week. He's receiving this treatment in conjunction with a chemotherapy drug that is supposed to work symbiotically with radiation. Fun, right? We've been preparing for this stage for some time, but it is still unbelievable. Expecially when I think about this happening to my husband and not someone that I used [...]
I've been bitten again and I love it! I'm about to reopen the TeeSpring storefront (the fundraiser I use that helps me to be creative, spread our message and support my family a the same time) and I'm excited. So excited in fact that I couldn't pair down the description that is to be shown [...]
I've been trying to write this blog for about a month. I haven't figured out if I haven't had any interest or if I've been too busy or I just didn't have anything to say. I've definitely had some trouble getting my thoughts in order enough to write, but I do feel a certain responsibility [...]
5 Weeks In and Votrient Still Sucks
What does it really mean to "fight cancer?"