Category Archives: Landscape

Week 1, Day 3

Well, things are low today; Diane is still sleeping and hopefully that will continue for quite a while. She was mostly good yesterday. Kirsten and Paul headed back south. Kelsey and I were in school for a while. Kyle is somewhere down by Myrtle Beach playing baseball. Well, playing baseball 2 hours a day. Diane’s…

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The “Third Week”

The chemo cycles are three weeks long. The first week is awful, the second week is recovery, the third week is “normal.” Now, as many of you know, “normal” is not the way life used to be, “normal” is the new normal, an adjusted life. This first cycle, Diane’s third week started a couple of…

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Snow, wind, and fire…

I am running on empty and I’m not sure why. I posit it’s because I haven’t been out with my camera much and so when I went to the dump this morning, I took a camera. I wanted to take pictures from the front yard of the landfill office but they said I needed permission…

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The Adventure Begins

March 1 has come more quickly than we expected! The concept of a second round of chemo has turned into reality. We packed two computers, two lunches, water, snacks, books, power strips, charging cords, and on and on. We are ready. On the way, Diane shook her head and said that she couldn’t believe we…

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In-betweens

I have often complained about or at least spoken ill of “waiting.” I shouldn’t. The in-between time is usually not worse or better than the bookends of that time. In fact, I’ve been told that you “mustn’t skip to the end!” Which is another way of saying to pay attention to what we’re doing now…

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