Wednesday morning I travelled to Douglas Park in the South Cambie neighbourhood of Vancouver. There were beautiful trees surrounding the large open field and I observed people walking their dog, pushing baby strollers, or jogging. Leaves were falling off the … Continue reading →
Wednesday morning I sat in a small field surrounded by tall grass. I took a moment to relax and enjoy the quiet. Nature is always good for my health. To recap: On Sunday, October 22nd, I completed Cycle 36 Week … Continue reading →
Apologies for not sharing blood test results for a while. I needed clarification from my Myeloma Specialist after viewing my Aug, Sept, and Oct results. Unfortunately, I have spiked cancer levels (m protein value). My Oct results show my cancer … Continue reading →
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Early Saturday morning I travelled to Stanley Park, shortly before sunrise. It was the beginning of a beautiful day and I felt I had the park to myself as I wandered around. I stumbled upon this clearing in a forest, … Continue reading →
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I have been feeling run down over the last week. Either due to my ongoing chemo treatment, or as a result of the smoky haze in Vancouver from the out of control wildfires. I didn’t have the energy to plan … Continue reading →
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On Saturday I travelled to Granville Island to watch the sunrise. It should have been a beautiful sunny morning with blue skies. Instead it felt chilly and the sky was filled with a smoky haze as far as I could … Continue reading →
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This morning I woke up early and headed to Queen Elizabeth Park. The top of the park where the Bloedel Conservatory is located is the highest point in the city. Standing there with a beautiful view of Vancouver, and the … Continue reading →
I have my June test results and I’m happy to report that my M protein (cancer levels) remain stable at 3.2. M protein (g/L) June = 3.2 May = value missing Apr = 3.0 Mar = 3.0 Feb = 3.5 … Continue reading →
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Shortly after sunrise, I travelled to Queen Elizabeth Park. I love experiencing life there. As I walked, I imagined myself wandering along an endless trail, listening to wildlife, and wondering what adventure lay around the next corner. The start of … Continue reading →
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