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Learning to live

This past Thursday I had surgery to remove the chest port + catheter into my neck. Taking the port out means my care team is as confident as they can be no further treatment will be needed to fight HER2+ breast cancer. As with everything in the space of cancer this should be a milestoneContinue reading “Learning to live”

Oh hey, diagnosis day.

April 27, 2021. 12 months. 365 days. 8,760 hours. 525,600 minutes. ago. That many months, days, hours, minutes since life drastically changed. I remember all of the questions, thoughts and concerns that occupied my mind immediately and somehow also simultaneously feeling completely numb. The deep, heavy fear that overtook every ounce of my body. Here’sContinue reading “Oh hey, diagnosis day.”

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