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Singing thru tears, and laying down swords.

  • Never Assume

    It’s a rainy Sunday morning. My family and I had a nice late breakfast at a local retro diner. You know the one – located in an old time silver trailer, with the jukebox, daily specials written on whiteboards, and pancakes as big as dinner plates. It was a good, and filling breakfast.

    Afterward, we decided to do a little grocery shopping at a local place I love. So, we headed over. We pulled into a disabled parking spot, with my pass in the window, and headed inside.

  • Ask For Help

    Last week my doctor switched up my chemo regmine after a not so favorable CT scan. I knew this was coming. It wasn’t a surprise. But it was still an anxiety producing moment. It’s interesting how you can know something is coming, and yet even though you are fully aware in your head, it doesn’t sink in until it is upon you.

    I was nervous about this treatment, as it is one step away from the treatment that put me in the hospital for a week. Not a good time. That was the first treatment I had after my diagnosis. So, this treatment, though not exactly the same, touch a soft spot that I had been carrying around.
    Stepping into the fog

  • Shine Where You Are

    What do you do when they tell you “It’s cancer”? I’m not hiding in the shadows, that’s what. I choose to shine where I am.

    Shine where you are

  • Losing Another Light

    We just lost a comedy legend in our area. He will be missed.