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10 Things Worse Than Dying

There are worse things than dying. Like grudges so old that you don’t even remember why you’re angry.


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That Was the Plan

Soon I’d have a field of all brightly colored tulips. That was the plan. Anyway.


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COVID-19 and Cancer: What If My Hair Has Grown Faster Than My White Blood Cell Count?

Just over three months ago I celebrated the end of cancer treatment. My hair has grown in, the steroid puffiness has eased, and I feel a lot more like the old me. On the outside. I know that my body, my immune system has still needed time to heal and recover from the trauma of cancer and cancer treatment. It still needs more time.