Monthly Archives: March 2018

Week 162 of chemo complete: Dark clouds or blue skies on the horizon?

On Friday, the weather forecast told me rain was approaching, so I walked quickly to a nearby beach. While sitting on a log, I noticed dark clouds and bluer skies in the distance, and wondered, which would reach me first. … Continue reading

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Week 161 of chemo complete: Evening adventures by the water

On Friday, I found a rocky beach area, where I sat and watched as the water moved in and out from the shore. I always enjoy taking self-portraits in the early evening as I prefer the soft light then and … Continue reading

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Week 160 of chemo complete: Not into negativity

There are everyday challenges living with multiple myeloma while on chemo. It would be easy for me to dwell endlessly on the tasks I’m no longer able to perform, the activities that I can no longer participate in, or the … Continue reading

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Week 159 of chemo complete: Estimate cancer levels reasonably stable

The results from my February monthly blood test were missing the m protein value. My particular type of multiple myeloma is less common and it is not always possible to get an m protein value – the best measure to … Continue reading

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