Really, this is a very benign blog.
My name is Sally, and I am learning to live with neuro-endocrine tumors, extremely rare, slow-growing, life-changing little buggers. But hey, we are all battling something, arent we? This is a blog about learning to coexist with them – and myself.
It’s been a year and a half since my diagnosis and I am really healthy, doing fine.
Along the way, this blog has helped. It’s such a mind-meld, when you write back (write me back!). Things seem to have more meaning, be more connected.
“It is necessary to write, if the days are not to slip emptily by. How else, indeed, to clap the net over the butterfly of the moment?”
I have three sons. Here’s what they looked like, five minutes ago:
And here’s what they look like now. How did THAT happen?
In between came laughs, crude humor, the standard amount of bloodshed, wrestling, household breakage, etc.
And here is a photo of our son Nate and Leo, the golden doodle. Nate calls this “The venerable sport of Dog Lifting.”
We have lived in upstate New York, in the upper Midwest, and now in Southern California. Onward, we journey.
My archived posts are listed below. Thanks for visiting!