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My late Sept blood test results show my cancer levels jumped to 21 from 16. Based on my current progress, I expect to begin chemo in late 2019 or early 2020. It will be challenging on my body and mind, … Continue reading →
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I’ve been interested in this topic ever since, months ago, I watched an interview on CNN with the neuroscientist Matthew Walker. Eight hours of sleep, he says, is what we need. Eight hours of sleep in complete darkness (otherwise our brains won’t release melatonin, something I didn’t know…). An important point (again, something I didn’t…
We were almost 3 days with no power and NO WIND!!! Honestly, what was PGE looking at??? Over near SF and the whole East Bay area and Vacaville there were high winds but here it didn’t get past 5 mph. Really? No power for 5 MPH winds. All of the foothills, Auburn were completely dark. […]
Time does fly, doesn’t it? Yesterday I realized I haven’t posted anything since September 6 (!). Ouch! I don’t think that’s my record for NOT posting, but it has to be close! Anyway, this morning I have a bit of free time, hah!, so I thought I’d post a note just to let you know…
…Occurs rarely, but I can attest that it can happen in the unlikeliest of circumstances. The last several weeks were rough emotionally, but slowly became inspiring. I decided on collaborating with my daughter in an interview/informational film on Eating Disorder Awareness. Half-way through my media production program -means I produce a film using whatever equipment … Continue reading mother and daughter symbiosis
So much to say, but I think I’ve said it all previously.
So much emotion, so much change, so much to process and digest.
So much sadness, yet so much to be glad for and grateful for.
Life changes each day, yet some things remai…
Last night I made a chicken tortilla soup for my daughter and I since I had leftover chicken. It’s a good recipe and the soup with homemade tortilla strips on top was very good. Since I always need a vegetarian dish I decided to whip up Mexican tofu with basically the same ingredients except in […]
It’s been just over two months since I started on phase 2 of my treatment journey….i.e treatment since I relapsed. I felt so bouyant when I started it, and really ready to just get on with it, have a few … Continue reading →
My brother Rick flew in for 3 nights. On the way home from the airport we went for a late lunch at The Chimes in Covington. Lovely place. Great food.On Friday morning the two of us went to a local Nissan Dealer. Hours later,…
Well, it’s a new week starting and I’m glad. Last week really was never-ending with stuff to do and I felt stressed all week. We did get B signed up for Medicare Part D. We actually won’t use it for his Noxafil( Tier 5 drug) because it will be $4900. So we will keep the […]