Tag Archives: Putting Family First

A Present of the Present

At the end of November we found out that the experimental chemo that Lindy was on did little good for her. We decided to quit the trial since being in Ann Arbor two days a week was getting to be … Continue reading

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Four Letter Word For The Other Part

We’re living with cancer.  And,  life is going on around us.  It keeps going.  Celebrations.  Easter.  Birthdays.  Work.  Church.  Spring.  You name it, it’s happening.  Normal life stuff.  Normal life is good.  We would trade everything to be 100% normal again.   Lindy continues to … Continue reading

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There’s No “I” in Team

This morning I looked in the mirror and realized that the reflection back was looking beat up.  In the middle of the night, Lindy had been throwing up and had retreated to the pullout couch in our living room.  She’s … Continue reading

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The Great Shift

When a doctor tells you that you statistically have about a year to live, it wakes you up. It wakes your family up too. Receiving news like that opens your eyes to what matters and what doesn’t real quick. Suddenly, … Continue reading

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