Monthly Archives: August 2017

Week 132 of chemo: Clearly failing at thinking

Chemo makes my mind muddled, so thinking clearly is difficult. I’m always debating what needs to get done today and whether I can just stay home instead. This morning I was unable to articulate a concept for a self-portrait, until … Continue reading

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Week 131 of chemo complete: Autumn is coming

This morning I walked around Queen Elizabeth Park enjoying the fresh air and nature. I noticed leaves had fallen from the trees and that some had already changed colour. Hoping for many more summery days, before the rainy season arrives. … Continue reading

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Week 130 of chemo complete: Ferry watching at Horseshoe Bay

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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Week 129 of chemo complete: Sunrise through a smoky haze

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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