I really enjoyed this column by Oliver Sacks in the NYT.
Month: July 2015
I got a surprise call from my favorite nurse in Radiation Oncology yesterday (Tuesday), leaving me a message about my Monday MRI. I thought I would have to wait untold weeks and weeks to find out about the results, since I don’t have an appointment with anyone until next week (the neurologist) or the week after […]
If your interest in this blog extends to our July 2015 family trip to France, you can read about it and see pictures here. .
Back from Aix-en-Provence: best “chemo break” ever! But more on that later.
OK France was really fun. But today I am too tired to do a good post about it with beautiful pictures to make you jealous of my life, etc. We fit the 13-day trip in around my usual chemo schedule so I had chemo the day before we left, and this morning (we arrived home […]
Off. To. France.
In the Boston airport with Eric, Will, Jesse, and Jesse’s friend Lydia, waiting for our plane to Paris. Then train to Aix-en-Provence. I have a bit more energy this week, it seems, and chemo yesterday didn’t slow me down. This should be a fun trip. Though I’m sure by the time we get to where […]