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Archive: 03 2013
sleeks
Mar
30

Eventually, cancer is no excuse

The further I am from cancer treatment, the further I am from being able to use cancer as a viable excuse for my lousy physical performance. I've become accustomed to falling back on the lingering side-effects of chemotherapy and radiation as an excuse for getting out of obligations. But over the past few… Read More

riding shotgun
Mar
28

Additional resources uncovered

Last week's posting requesting your assistance in finding caregiver resources was fruitful and I thank you for your assistance.  Without editorializing on any one of the following links you may find them helpful.  I remain convinced that there is a gap in the men supporting women with breast cancer arena and… Read More

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clawson
Mar
25

The New Normal

*Originally written in October, 2012     I’m generally a fan of pie. Well, truthfully, it’s usually more about the pie crust but, overall, pie ends up in my good books. Lately, however, I’ve been served up a slice or two that’s been pretty tough to digest – yup, the infamous ‘humble pie’. Chock full… Read More

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both sides
Mar
24

Everything and Nothing

People ask me how I feel now after my incredible immersion in the culture and people of India? It is hard to put it into words but I think feelings do a better job: it is about those who have everything and nothing at the same time. People may say it is so crowded or dirty or poor. But look beyond that and… Read More

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Bumpyboobs
Mar
22

Hungary and the Head Cold

Well, we’re in Hungary! After 10 hours of flying, 12 hours of train-riding and a few days spent in Budapest, Zsolt and I have finally arrived in the beautiful Pecs. So be prepared, because the next little while on Bumpyboobs is basically guaranteed to be adventures in Hungary-land (i.e. Magyorszag if you… Read More

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