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Week 182 of chemo complete: Absence of rain, the new normal?

I like to be prepared in case of rain when I leave the house. I will check the weather report and if there is a possibility of rain, I’ll throw my umbrella in my backpack. As I walk and transit … Continue reading

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Week 172 of chemo complete: Admiring the beauty of nature

In the front area of my home is a Pacific Dogwood tree. I enjoy admiring this beauty of nature each time I look out the window. The tree blooms in April and May and it is the provincial flower of … 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 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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Week 158 of chemo complete: The calm before the snowstorm

Friday morning, as a snowstorm began hitting Vancouver, I travelled back to Queen Elizabeth Park. Everywhere looked so beautiful with the snow falling. Vancouver always looks so amazing when it is snows. Love this city! To recap: On Sunday, February … Continue reading

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