Hurry Up & Wait

For those of you that know me well, you know that patience is not one of my virtues. This constant waiting game is enough to create more ulcers than the original diagnosis will! When we first met with the doctor, she said that I needed all of these tests and scans done before we started…

Port Surgery

Today was Port Surgery Day...meaning I had my mediport implanted in my chest. Rather than running chemo through a traditional IV in my arm, they'll be able to access this port for every session. Additionally, the continuing infusions of Herceptin and Prajeta will also be administered through this port for the next 12 months. Thankful…

1 Flashback – How We Got Here

February 26, 2019:  Cancer.  Um, excuse me, come again??  Cancer.  There must be some mix-up in the pathology lab.  It’s cancer.  No…I’m a planner, and this was not part of my plan.  Yes, it’s cancer.  Someone is about to get fired, because you’ve got this so wrong!  No, it’s cancer.  Fine!   In my head I’m yelling at the lady on the phone,…

The Journey Begins

Welcome to our travel blog...only it's not your typical travel blog.  I would very happily love to write about travels to our favorite places like Broken Bow, OK or Isla Mujeres, MX.  We were actually mapping out our life in a potential move across the pond in 2019.  Rather, we received a call that would…