I’m Glad It’s Me

I think about this often. What if this whole situation didn't happen to me and instead of being the patient, my loved one was the patient and I was caring for them. Not that I need much "caring" for. Maybe emotionally more than anything but lets be honest, I needed that before my diagnosis too… Continue reading I’m Glad It’s Me

A Letter to My 20’s.

A letter to my 20's: Dear Twentie's, Wow. Where do I even begin? I was so excited to finally be able to bear the "20 something" age. I counted down the days until I was 20, but admittedly, I counted down the days to 21 with much more excitement. I went out and made memories… Continue reading A Letter to My 20’s.

I SHRUNK MY TUMOR.

I wasn't super nervous for my follow up appointment ... until the night before. The whole time leading up to this visit at Dana Farber I was calm, cool and collected. The MRI really freaked me out the most but the results, at that time, weren't bothersome to me. Then, the night before the appointment… Continue reading I SHRUNK MY TUMOR.

Scanxiety

It's a real thing, scanxiety. I'm almost 100% positive it's not considered a real word but trust me, it's a real feeling. One that I thought I would never have to feel but since I do, I need to feel it and let it go. These past few months, while on watch and wait, have… Continue reading Scanxiety