The summer that never happened

2020 has been quite a year. For so many reasons. I started they year with a new job and a cancer recurrence. Then a pandemic hit. I only worked two months in the office before going to work from home. That's been weird in itself. During all of this I have been receiving chemo every … Continue reading The summer that never happened

Here we go again

This is not the post I thought I would be writing. I went in for my three year scans the same way I’ve walked into the last one, no anxiety, no worry and feeling good. Unfortunately, that did not last. I was supposed to have my results appointment two days later but received a call … Continue reading Here we go again

3 Years Ago

Three years ago my life changed forever. Sometimes the last three years are just a blur in my head. That one year is truly a blur. There's a million things I don't remember. I know I sat through eight rounds of chemo, but those days aren't a strong part of my memory and that's 100% … Continue reading 3 Years Ago

Show Your Stripes

The zebra is the official symbol of rare diseases in the United States and is noted for its black and white stripes, which are central to its uniqueness. Everyone has his/her own stripes, those characteristics that make each individual distinct. While each of the more than 7,000 rare diseases are unique, there are many commonalities … Continue reading Show Your Stripes

Run with Renee

This picture sums up how much fun I had. The Inaugural Cancer Crush was Saturday, September 22, 2018. It was a pretty excellent day. There were a lot of people, near and far, who were part of Run with Renee. When I learned about the Cancer Crush, I knew I wanted to start a team. … Continue reading Run with Renee