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My Garden Crush

By on Nov 25, 2016 in Blog Posts |

Adventures in edible gardening, family and cancer

What would you attempt if you knew you would fail?

By on Oct 17, 2017 in Blog Posts, Cancer, Spring | 1 comment

I wonder what it must take to wake up each day knowing that the odds are against you. That you will fail. And fail in a way where lives will be lost? What must it be like to spend your days with people who are in pain? Who are scared? Who are at their worst? Who are filled with the anguish and anger and blame of facing their mortality? What must it be like to know all this and to do the job anyway?

Don’t count your chickens before they hatch

By on Oct 15, 2017 in Blog Posts, Cancer, Spring | 7 comments

The phrase don’t count your chickens before they hatch, is playing on repeat.

The terrifying, hopeful, standing-on-the cliff-edge thing is that Josh seems to be getting better.

How Comic Con fought cancer

By on Oct 10, 2017 in Blog Posts, Cancer, Spring | 3 comments

There’s a sense of walking into giant playroom where the kid who owns all the good stuff is excited that you want to come and play.

Not Dying: The curious tale of Kim Jong Un and the room with no tissues

By on Sep 26, 2017 in Blog Posts, Cancer, Spring | 4 comments

He kept on not dying until it became Not Dying.