Monthly Archives: December 2017

Week 150 of chemo complete: The view from the North Shore

On Friday, as the rain was steadily falling, I took the Seabus across the Burrard Inlet, from downtown Vancouver to the North Shore, North Vancouver. Close to Waterfront Park, I stopped to admire the Vancouver skyline and watch cargo ships … Continue reading

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Week 149 of chemo complete: Wishing good health, happiness, and love to everyone

My wish for everyone is for good health, happiness, and to share love with others, while also taking time to love yourself. On Thursday I went to the Air Force Garden of Remembrance at Stanley Park. Within the quiet forest, … Continue reading

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Week 148 of chemo complete: A little sunshine on a cloudy day

On Thursday I travelled back to Stanley Park, one of my favourite nature spots in the city. As I wandered through the forest on a cool morning, I saw pockets of sunshine occasionally peeking through the clouds. I found a … Continue reading

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Week 147 of chemo complete: Cancer levels are stable

Good news! My November blood test results show that cancer levels are stable again – Nov = 8. Hopefully this 8-9 range will be the new normal for future tests. This test result shows that my Pomalyst chemo is effectively … Continue reading

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Week 146 of chemo complete: Staying dry in the forest

Thursday morning as it was steadily raining, I travelled to Stanley Park with the intention of taking my self-portrait in the forest. I found a quiet location and took time to admire the beauty of nature, while staying dry. As … Continue reading

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