Monthly Archives: November 2017

Week 145 of chemo complete: Forest adventures in the park

Thursday was a beautiful autumn day for forest adventures. The sun was peaking through the clouds as I travelled back to Queen Elizabeth Park. I had taken self-portraits there on Wednesday, but my idea didn’t work out, so I decided … Continue reading

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Week 144 of chemo complete: The colour of autumn

I love the colour of the leaves right now. Wednesday morning it was cloudy and windy and I sensed that rain showers were approaching. I headed to Queen Elizabeth Park to take some self-portraits quickly, before it began to rain … Continue reading

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Week 143 of chemo complete: Big spike in cancer levels

My late Oct test results are 9 for my cancer levels. This is a big spike from early Oct, which was between 5 to 6. This means two things. First, dexamethasone (a steroid) was very effective in keeping my cancer … Continue reading

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Week 142 of chemo complete: Playing in the leaves

Wednesday morning I travelled to Douglas Park in the South Cambie neighbourhood of Vancouver. There were beautiful trees surrounding the large open field and I observed people walking their dog, pushing baby strollers, or jogging. Leaves were falling off the … Continue reading

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