The "First Rule" of the Blogosphere is: Post every day.
Try doing that on chemo!
I love my loyal readers! So for you, and you know who you are, I try to post at least 2-3 times a week.
This blog is OPEN -- so share it with anyone you think might be interested.
I want to hear what you have to say, so COMMENT FREELY!
For newcomers who know, or don't know, me:
I am a Red-Head (to know one, is to love one), Zionist (last of a dying breed), Idealist (can't help it, I still want to change the world), Enthusiastic People Person (love to meet you!), Mom (my kids are EVERYTHING to me), Wife (married to my best friend), and Cancer Survivor (read on!).
Cancer History in 3 sentences or less:
Diagnosed with DCIS (stage ZERO breast cancer) at age 39 (June 2005). Three surgeries and 2 years later (July 2007)... I became a statistical anomaly: breast cancer mysteriously metastasized to my bones, liver and lungs. 2 years later (July 2009), we discovered metastases in my brain.
Diagnosis: Cancer is a "chronic illness." You can live with it.
Translation: I hope to be on chemotherapy for a LONG time!
Y = eldest daughter MD = middle son A = youngest daughter
MIL = mother-in-law FIL = father-in-law SIL = sister-in-law BIL = brother-in-law