Just a super quick update that I’m doing great, taking good care of my mind, body and heart, and I’m ready to get the radiation started – and over with. I’m heading into first treatment now. I’ll go every weekday for twenty treatments, with the most severe effects expected mid
Beven’s Battle Updates
First, a poem to preface this post…
I’ll warn you now that this is a long and not all positive blog post. If you’re needing a quick read to pick you up – this is not it. For that – read about the incredible success of our And Still We Rise fundraising campaign here. If you’re up for it, read on…
As I enter my 7th month of fighting this battle, I find my tolerance for being a patient waining from time to time. So, I wrote a poem about it.
I’m cancer free!
There’s a lot of in-between post frustrations that are missed, as I’m usually too frustrated or exhausted to write about them in the moment.
Hello my friends. I am recovering well from my March 4th surgery and I received the much-anticipated pathology report. However, It’s a mixed bag.
Surgery is done, waiting for pathology results…
Today’s post will be short and sweet.
The PET scan results showed significant shrinkage in the tumors and I am cleared for surgery on March 4 – in just 2 weeks and 2 days (2 and 2)!
I’m writing today from the chemo cafe. It’s Groundhog Day, and Punxsutawney Phil is predicting 6 more weeks of winter. That might be true for the weather…but not for me! I’ve only got 2 more weeks of chemo induced winter and my sun will start shining again!!!