Monthly Archives: December 2016

Week 98 complete: Farewell 2016

The waters of English Bay Beach were chilly this morning as I stood and imagined the currents from the other side of the Pacific traveling from the future back to me, site still in 2016. I took time say farewell … Continue reading

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Week 97 complete: Alone on Christmas Eve, but not lonely

vbut not Lonely”>malady but not Lonely”> I don’t get lonely spending the Christmas holidays alone, I enjoy the quiet time and always cool things to do. This morning I wandered around Stanley Park, happy to be surrounded by nature, while … Continue reading

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Week 96 chemo complete: Maybe…I’ll go out tomorrow

Significant mental fatigue is one of the side effects of long-term chemo treatment. On a personal level, stomach thinking is compromised. On a social level, viagra approved conversations become exhausting. Sometimes it helps me cope, side effects to take a … Continue reading

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Week 95 chemo complete: Cancer levels show small increase

My November monthly blood test results showed a small increase. According to my Hematologist (Blood Cancer Specialist): The M Protein (Myeloma Protein) is only my abnormal protein, information pills which is my myeloma or represents the cancer in my body … Continue reading

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Week 94 chemo complete: Enjoying the view on a rainy day

On Friday I was feeling more exhausted than usual and didn’t have the energy to travel far to take my weekly photo. Instead, click I went to Queen Elizabeth Park within the city. As I walked around, it became more … Continue reading

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