This blog is a real, honest view of what is happening with me physically, mentally and emotionally. For me, since my cancer/stage is rare, I hope to provide some insight for others with the same disease, and to find some insight myself. It’s always comforting to know that you’re not alone.
After a stamp of remission in October 2013, I relapsed in December in stage 4. On 3/13/14, I underwent an auto stem cell transplant. For 6 months, life was great. I even ran a half marathon! Unfortunately, once again, I relapsed in stage 4 this past November. I sought treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. It was there that I learned my cancer had transformed into a much more aggressive non Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
I am terrified to die, but am working on finding a sense of peace. Most of the time though, I tend to laugh at my situation(s). I mean after all, if you don’t have a sense of humor, you can’t get through life.
Warning: This blogger is very sarcastic. Take it or leave it. Also, I swear a lot.
Ps. I’m not going to die. That would be total bullshit. Besides, I have too many Legos to pick up.