I'm a grenade.....or a dandelion

Since moving to Tn, I've been on quest to take better hold of my health. Part of that is advocating for things my oncologist has not been strong in pushing to correct in recent yrs. It has finally occured to me, that I have to be the one to push for my complete care to be cared for. So, that has been my quest. To finally fix things that I have accepted as standard to ignore as part of my cancer treatment. That means taking care of this weird lump that grew on my port as well as finally seeing that all that can be done about my lungs is being done. Check out this video and I will fill you in on all I have been up to

Most recent Petscan results 2018


Been a long time since we spoke, here's what has been going on


Micro blading when you have cancer.

Here is  what happened.   I lost my eyebrows to cancer treatment.  Over 6 plus years of multiple courses and  types of chemo's have prevented my brow hair from growing back.  Thanks to minoxydl, I have hair on my head and tho sparse, My lashes have returned.  I have told myself to be grateful for what I have.  Yet there has been this little part of me that feels less feminine without brows.  Less expressive, less myself.  Yes, I do draw them on, but that is such a ordeal.  I know, I know, First world problems, right.  Well, no brows is just  another insult to my scarred, breastless body.  I made a call a week ago to Chicago microblading, and spoke with a lovely woman named Tahm.  She asked what I needed this done, and I shared a bit of my cancer background and told her about being browless.  She shared the procedure process with me and then went over cost and care.  I told her  that with all the medical bills I just didn't think I could swing it now, but said If I were able to…

What do I think of bucket lists?

Well hello there my dear friends,
It has sure been a while since I have written a post, or filmed a Youtube video.  I believe the last time I uploaded was in May during a visit to the Chicago museum of art. That was one of the Most lovely times I have enjoyed with my whole family.  It was an amazing time, My daughter graduated from Uni. at Loyola in the morning, my son was here with his future wife visiting for the occasion.  So after the graduation we set forth and took on the city of Chicago, going to the Museum, walking in the park, enjoying the best food the city had to offer.  It was a blast.  An incredible memory and one of the few items I have on my bucket list.  Many people have ideas about travel or sky diving or even some thing simple like Disney.
Those have never been my bucket items.  From the  moment I found out I had  mets bc, I knew my bucket list would only have a few items.  Enduring ones non the less.
I wanted to see my daughter graduate from University.
I want to …

A day at the Chicago institute of art.

Hello dear friends,  Come along with me as I head downtown Chicago and tour the art institute.  I'll be pointing out a few cool Chicago landmarks on the way.
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