We are done! It was over quick, too. And it’s actually pretty good news. No new surprises. No new cancerous tumors. No blockages. Nice. Continue reading And We’re Done!
Today we finally have the colonoscopy we’ve been waiting on for a week. As a family, we’ve been preparing together, drinking the not-terribly unpleasant laxatives, starving ourselves, and churning through toilet paper – all quite unpleasant. Continue reading Off To Another Colonoscopy
So many changes have come with The Cancer that it’s hard to describe or list them all. The big ones are easy and somewhat expected – regular trips to the doctor, a port-o-cath semi-permanently installed under Maggie’s left shoulder, the ever-present medical bills in the mail box, etc. Things like that are just plain hard to miss. But it’s the little things that produce the thousand tiny cuts that sting the most. The little things are the ones that bite me most often and never give my mind the opportunity to forget. Continue reading The Unexpected Changes that The Cancer Brings