Tag Archives: living with cancer

one flew over the red herring

This is my third attempt in three weeks at writing a new blog post – hopefully not another false start. The first post, which I started on my last day in the hospital, was to be entitled “One Flew Over … Continue reading

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epitaph for novelty

If you’ve been following my blog from the beginning, you’ve likely noticed that my posts have become less and less frequent. There is a very singular reason for this. When it comes to writing creative nonfiction, there are two types … Continue reading

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the verdict

Part I – Written in my journal Friday morning… 7/15/16 Today is huge. HUGE. I feel like I’m on my way to a courthouse to be sentenced, knowing that I haven’t done anything wrong but afraid that the jury is … Continue reading

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cyclone mel

I’m just gonna cut to the chase and acknowledge that I spoke too soon.  I don’t know who the radiologist at the local hospital is (actually I do, because I have a copy of her CT scan report) or what … Continue reading

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the delicate art of not seeming ungrateful

i feel like the last few posts have started with excuses about why so long has passed between blog posts. my reasons, this time, are threefold. first, i was traveling for a good chunk of the last month. one of … Continue reading

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