Tag Archives: future

i wish doctors knew everything

I think this wish, that doctors knew everything, goes hand in hand with all the other truths in youth that turn out to not be true as one gets older. I wish my parents could solve every problem. I wish … Continue reading

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relief

After two years of juggling cancer and grad school, I have now finished grad school and am left with just cancer… and a master’s degree. I will get a job before too long. But right now, it’s noon on a … Continue reading

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doing so well

Something my oncologist said at my appointment last week has really stuck with me. And the fact that it stuck with me this whole week with everything else that was going on means it must be important. My appointment last week … Continue reading

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switching shoes

I am sitting here trying to write two emails. (And now, a blog) One, to someone I know who I recently heard has cancer. And the other, to someone I haven’t talked to in awhile who doesn’t know I have … Continue reading

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stuck

I exchanged a few e-mails with a friend from college recently, just saying hi, catching up, talking about plans. He’s been working in Australia for a year and is talking about traveling to New Zealand now, then maybe Thailand, just seeing where the wind … Continue reading

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