Cancer Feelings: Gratitude

A few Thanksgivings ago, Julienne wrote this. It can be hard sometimes to find gratitude. I am still, and always will be, in awe of her strength. I love you and miss you every day, my love. I’m grateful for you.

whimsy and warpaint

Yes, I saved this post for Thanksgiving. I like to be seasonal, sue me.

Truth is, I’ve been struggling to write this post for a while now, mainly because this blog is largely comprised of snark, sarcasm and side eye, and I didn’t want you to worry that I’ve gone all Kumbaya on you. Also because the gratitude I feel is so profound that it’s hard to find the words. But I’m gonna try because it’s important to tell people that you appreciate them and again, I like to be seasonal.

Doctors, Nurses, and Medicine in General

I realize that for many of you, this section falls a little flat because most young people don’t have to worry about finding a doctor that does more than the standard “turn your head and cough” until they hit middle age. Before I was plunged headfirst into a health crisis, I had no idea about the…

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About Alan Edwards

Former cancer caregiver. Husband of the most magical and amazing person who ever lived.

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