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April 2016

Health Journey Life Update

More Tough Words & Some Statistics

Photo by:  Joseph Barrientos

It is amazing to read statistics about how many people are affected by cancer. The unfortunate reality is these numbers are not accurate. What do I mean? Cancer doesn’t just affect the individual – it affects everyone and everything connected to, and attached to that individual. Maybe you have read some of the previous posts where I share about some of the struggles we face with my diagnosis? If not, you can read them here and here. The other day,…

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Family Fun

Make My Day!

New River

The other day I took River out for a bike ride around Mill Lake and then we went to fly a drone. All I can say is River is awesome! Flying a drone wasn’t too bad either. Enjoy!…

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Family Health Journey Life Story Update

Some Words Are Hard To Shake

Photo by:  Ales Krivec

It’s not everyday you are told you will only have 6 months to live if you stop taking chemo. That’s what my oncologist told my wife and I nearly 6 months ago. His words still echo in my ears. Those words hit me like a freight train. My knees buckled. What are you suppose to do with news like that? I remember leaving his office in a fog. I was confused. What just happened? What did he just say? Jamie…

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Family Health Update

Health Update

Photo by:  Alexandre Perotto

It has been a little while since I have given an update with my health, so I thought I would share what’s been happening. Besides the battles in my mind, I have felt overall pretty good. It is still hard to believe that it has been nearly 9 months since the diagnosis. I am still doing my Lymphatic & Vitamin C IV therapy treatments on a weekly basis. We continue to juice and eat as much plant based foods as…

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Family Life Update

Jekyll & Hyde

Photo by:  Anthony DELANOIX

How many remember the story Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde? Have you ever seen any of the films? I think it is pretty safe to say that most, if not all of us have seen a movie, or heard the story of Jekyll & Hyde. Lately I have been feeling like a maniac. Ever since getting back from Mexico I have felt ‘off.’ I have had no energy, my body has ached, and I have been an emotional basket case.…

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