When you’re riding the River of Life, buckets of ice cold water will hit you in the face, splash all over you. Leak in at your feet where you’re not expecting.
I was going through the motions, but I was a hot mess. I couldn’t write, I could barely tie my shoes, but was trying to get through the day, every day.
How I helped my friend use California’s Death With Dignity Act to exit life on her own terms, and what I learned from the experience.
Others I know loathe the pink ribbons, just as passionately. It makes them feel isolated and left out, especially those who were not blessed with Cancer Lite, as I was. Like, everyone has an unreal expectation of a perfunctory battle with this disease, and a positive outcome. Shave your head, then go run a 5k, right?
So yesterday, my Kicking Cancer’s Ass memoir released! On all available sites. Okay, on Amazon. Kindle version and Paperback. It’s also available on Kobo. Have you added it to your TBR list on Goodreads yet? Plan A was to also have it available on iBooks, B & N, and Smashwords, but… life got in the…