Monthly Archives: May 2017

Week 119 chemo complete: What if …

What if … I say the wrong thing? What if … I become fatigued? What if … my memory fails? What if … I get confused? What if … I make a new friend? What if … I learn something … Continue reading

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Week 118 chemo complete: I want to be free

Early Saturday morning I went to Queen Elizabeth Park to work on a “I want to be free” concept I had. I wanted to do a composite and although I had no idea really how it would come together in … Continue reading

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Week 117 chemo complete: I like to have fun!

This morning, shortly after sunrise I walked to a playground close to my house. Playgrounds are a perfect place to have fun, especially when you get there early before anyone shows up. All of us have daily challenges that can … Continue reading

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Week 116 chemo complete: No roses (yet) in the rose garden

On Wednesday afternoon, as it was lightly raining I went to the Rose Garden at Queen Elizabeth Park. Unfortunately, there weren’t any roses yet, but I did find beautiful tulips and appreciated being able to smell the lilacs. When I … Continue reading

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