An adopted child, I trusted God to look after me. Then my son asked me to find my “real” parents. Was I willing to open that door?
My Blog Posts
After a year of side effects from cancer, my next three years included changes at home, Covid, Zoledonic acid, a heart problem, and other issues.
In the fall of 2018, breast cancer took over my life. Since then, I’ve been very quiet, and I thought it was time for an update.
Since I got breast cancer and then Covid arrived, Les and I have watched a lot of series TV mysteries and some comedies. Here are a few.
I had read many lists of possible side effects, so I was prepared mentally. But nothing totally prepares you for the actual side effects. Especially hair loss.
I’d had one injection of zoledronic acid and was due for another. But while I was at the hospital to see my oncologist before having the injection, my heart took centre stage and I was off to Emergency.
I now know why they talk about the problems some parents have to get their adult kids to leave the “nest.” Getting baby birds out of their nest is a lot of work!
Page [tcb_pagination_current_page] of [tcb_pagination_total_pages]