Cancer – a way of life I live with cancer. There is always the “chance” one day that it will return. For me this is not a negative. This is my reality. I am a Cancer Warrior. Choose your “label”. Cherish every day. Enjoy Life. ~ ~ ~ Warrior definition “One who is engaged …. […]
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There can be long-term side effects from cancer radiation treatment. It is important, in fact imperative if you are a cancer survivor, to mention anything out of the ordinary such as persistent lumps, bumps, coughs, pain and tiredness, to your doctor or specialist. Nothing is too insignificant to mention. Clearing confusion (on your part) and […]
Why I love where I live. Simply, British Columbia has it all! From the thriving metropolis of Vancouver to small clean country towns, with its amazing lakes, rivers and mountains and unparalleled natural beauty and abundant wildlife. It is a magical, multi-faceted province which I am happy and proud to call “home”. Here are some […]
Relatives and friends overseas seem fascinated by our wild critters in this part of the world and especially tales of our encounters with Ursus Americanus or American Black Bear. Over the years of living in British Columbia there have been a few bear encounters, with some more memorable than others. Growing up in Australia I was […]
After lung cancer surgery and a diagnosis of invasive, early stage adenocarcenoma (non small cell lung cancer) and a one year follow-up with the Cancer Clinic I was recently released into the care of my respirologist as “stable”. As the days, then months pass, I try to live a normal life – whatever normal is […]