Monthly Archives: September 2015

Week 32 chemo complete: Inspired by nature around me

This photo taken at Wreck Beach represents my attitude right now. Although there was a steady rain falling, click it didn’t matter. I’m in a happy mood, enjoying life, and focused on positivity each day. About a week and a … Continue reading

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Week 31 chemo complete: Cancer levels dropped again

This photo taken at Wreck Beach represents my attitude right now. Although there was a steady rain falling, search it didn’t matter. I’m in a happy mood, enjoying life, and focused on positivity each day. About a week and a … Continue reading

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Week 30 complete: Robbed of the familiar during chemo

A common concern during chemo is the change in a patient’s sense of taste. Sushi may taste too sweet, medications chicken can taste rubbery, ampoule and pancakes might taste like tin foil. Foods bring such a positive experience to us … Continue reading

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Week 29 chemo complete: My personal ‘me’ space

A week ago Monday, website I had my monthly blood test and I’m happy to report that my cancer levels dropped again. As I’ve stated before, in BC, I can use an online service called myehealth, to get free access … Continue reading

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