If you are just finding out as a woman that you have cancer and heard the news you are going to lose your hair (no matter how many times you tell yourself you won't) STOP what your doing and do your research!!!!!! I freaked out took the hospitals first recommendation, immediately went to that place… Continue reading Wig it out
Many of you who have been through chemo and or radiation, know there's an even bigger struggle now that it's done. I have never been through such a rollercoaster of emotions in my life! Half I can't even control it just happens, one day I can be the happiest person you know, tomorrow I might… Continue reading Tell me what to do
HA! Now that is something to laugh about! If you go into chemo single your coming out single. I have also read a few other blogs where women thought dating was a hilarious. Why is this so funny??? I mean deep down inside this actually really sucks and becomes quite emotional but over all I… Continue reading What’s a Date??
Hello again from Minnesota! As I sit here bundled up in blankets with my feet always freezing! I thought I would touch base on working during chemo. Before I was diagnosed I worked 2-3 jobs a day, I would drop any social plans and a lot of family plans so that I could go make… Continue reading Work work work work work
Good Morning from the freezing state of Minnesota! So last night I covered on when I found out I had cancer, what kind and fertility. Like I stated previously I have more in-depth posts on my caring bridge so I don't want to be a broken record, these pages are a fast forward overview of… Continue reading Part 2
Hi Everyone! Welcome to my cancer blog! I was 26 years old when I was diagnosed with stage 3 Hodgkins lymphoma, I had now entered the category of having cancer. As you can all imagine my jaw was on the floor at this point, I had one symptom and little to be exact. I had… Continue reading The Fog