Category Archives: lifestyle

November

Looking out a window from our cozy house at the trees and grounds that have been recently blanketed with puffy layers of snow leaves me with a feeling of quiet content. I always love November and the transition to winter … Continue reading

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In Between Days

Four weeks ago I finished a long course of chemo-radiation therapy and since then I have been recovering and getting ready for surgery which is coming up in mid November. My surgeon is confident and the outcome of the initial … Continue reading

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Round 6 “Sunny Days”

Yesterday was the last day of chemo-radiation therapy. Six weeks in total. I had no idea how hard it would get but I’m still not sure how hard it was… I have no experience in life to compare it to. … Continue reading

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Round 5

It’s taken me a few days to sit and write about last week’s treatments, mostly because I am wiped and I now understand what a fighter goes through more than ever. In cycling you get dropped and the race is … Continue reading

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Round 4

This past week was tough. The treatments I’m doing are leveling, or flattening, me out which in turn messes with my head. It’s hard to accept a physical state that I am not use to. I either overestimated my ability … Continue reading

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Round 3

Last week I finished my second week of treatments and I had no idea how each day would progress. For the most part I found myself feeling better through the week but on a daily basis would be wiped by … Continue reading

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You still have a couple of years left…

While one light begins to shine brighter the other begins to fade. I’ll come back to that later. This past year my friend Jeff mentioned, off the cuff of course, “you still have a few more years left to improve.” … Continue reading

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