Monthly Archives: January 2012

More Than Words

“I’ll see you in May,” my breast surgeon says.  “It’ll be three years then.” He smiles as he says that. I smile too, at the idea of three years out.  Sounds like a long time, but is it cause for … Continue reading

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The End of Reconstruction

Today, I’m reminded of what “Goliath” means.   Though, I don’t often recognize milestones along my breast cancer road, I think it’s right to say, I’ve got one. My reconstruction is officially complete.  Finished, done…That lofty, elusive goal, so unattainable … Continue reading

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Funny Pants

Although, I’ve been posting this photo all over facebook, I had to share here.  Just had to. I smile every time I see it.  This photo, his expression, the ridiculousness of those pants… all of it makes me happy. The … Continue reading

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The Art of Gratitude

What’s up with gratitude? I’ve just endured the longest pause ever between blog posts because I didn’t want my sulking to seem ungrateful.  After all, I’m lucky.  Lucky to be here writing, lucky my family is safe, lucky we have … Continue reading

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