Anger with a side of cancer

There is something very primal felt when hearing a cancer diagnosis. Something deep within, something animal, something… else. It isn’t anger yet, but it is going to be. In the doctor’s office it is just starting to awaken. It starts asking questions, questions the doctor cannot possibly know the answers to. Is it because IContinue reading “Anger with a side of cancer”

Fierce for answers

We told our daughters about my cancer diagnosis over a long weekend. We had come to some level of acceptance and presented the girls with the facts and that the prognosis was all good. Surgery to remove all cancer, not likely to need radiation, chemotherapy may happen depends on what they find during surgery. ThenContinue reading “Fierce for answers”