I recorded this off of TV, hopefully NBC doesn’t mind!
It has been a year since we found out Molly has cancer. Probably the longest year of my life. I always tell people I became an adult at the age of 42, as at no period in my life I have grown up so much. The cliché of living life one day at a time is very true after cancer diagnosis. It is amazing how some of things that mattered 12 months ago do not matter anymore. Family and friends have become the most important part of our lives. Continue reading
Ok how many other people are sick of this term? Did the word even exist before the Morgan Freeman movie? I understand getting a diagnosis like cancer is a rude awakening that life is fragile, but wasn’t it true before the diagnosis? I also understand you may want to do some of the thing you may been waiting on doing but that’s call living. Continue reading
I became a caregiver in November of 2013. I didn’t ask for it but no one ever does. I never thought I would have this duty this early in my life, but life is unpredictable. I watched my parents and aunts deal with my grandparents when they were sick, but I figured I wouldn’t be in that position for decades. I was wrong. Continue reading