It’s been 30 years since my dad’s death. As his only child, I got to watch first-hand. Because I’m a writer, I wrote about it.
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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.
June was four when she was taken from her family and made an orphan by the Child Welfare System in Canada. This is her poignant story.
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.
Ray Wiseman spent years discovering that, at heart, he was a writer. This picture of Ray and his wife Anna was taken at the 2005 Write! Canada Conference.
My brain hasn’t been up to writing, so over the last few months I’ve used the energy I had to buy or design new covers for all my books.
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.
Over the past two years, I’ve read a lot of books. I felt the need to share some of the nonfiction books I thought most worth reading.
I know 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!
My grandfathers died before I was born, Granny Shaw was quite elderly, and I rarely saw Granny MacDonald, but I had Aunt Margaret and Uncle Albert.
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