Well, hello there. Miss me?
I know it has been almost a year since I last wrote. I haven't forgotten you. I have been busy, but that is not why you have not been subjected
Let me start by saying thank you, thank you, thank you to all the people who have donated to any charity in Cara's name since her illness was diagnosed. We know first hand th
It has been a long time since I visited Cara's bridge. We are past the one-year anniversary of diagnosis. We are firmly entrenched in the chemotherapy of maintenance.
At an approximate pace of one pound of bacon a day. THAT is going to be a hell of a habit to break. No eggs, no toast. Just bacon.
On a pink tray in
Just a quick update. Two weeks in a row now Cara has had to have blood and platelet transfusions. This Tuesday we were put on hold to see if she would improve on her own wit
Our girl made her counts and so, today, we were able to start the second part of Phase 4. Is this a happy thing? Well, yes, in the sense that the sooner we do it, the
The weekend before Cara started, we stayed overnight in western Maryland so that she could do her favorite thing: "hotel and pool, mom!" Cara was feeling