D says today is Sunday

I’m not doing well today. The sudden turn for the worst is disheartening. We just watched Knock At The Cabin Door – my choice, of course. Waiting on him to pick his choice.
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  1. Hi Jenn, I’ve been reading everything you say. I know what you mean about the world still seemingly going on as normal, but no, for your family, friends, and online community it’s not. Even if they are going about their business, it’s not business as usual. Even all the way over in Vancouver, you have an online friend who you have affected forever. Which makes me think of my forever, which likely doesn’t have a long shelf life. But as they say, we all get there. Maybe we will meet up in a different life…I like to think these things are possible. Humans know a lot, but the amount we don’t know is what amazes me. You and I have a lot to be grateful for, as you have mentioned. We have worked, travelled, had family and kids without the medical system being our world until mid life. That’s not as much as we would have liked, but we were blessed to have that. I just want my kids to have a village when I’m gone. I know yours do. Sending you so much LOVE! And also sending you an article haha. I clicked because I thought it was about low dose chemo, but actually it turned out that a long time oncologist talking end of life, and it was interesting


    • Thank you for sharing this article. I have been giving some thought to this approach with chemo. My doc suggested Xeloda, but anticipated a bad reaction for me given how things went last time I was in it. I hate that my body was simply too weak to tolerate a couple of the meds altogether. That wasn’t how I expected things to play out.

      Mostly, I want to thank you for your friendship. I know we haven’t known each other for long, but it’s so interesting strong a bond can be forged over this cancer shit. I’m very thankful to have you in my life.

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