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“Teddy, what do you like about the early mornings?”
“It’s quiet. Nobody talks. Love the fresh chill of the morning.”
It’s 6am, early Saturday morning. I hear a stirring in th
Greetings all, it’s Matt McCoy writing this time. I did much of the blog writing early on in this adventure, and the Rodd’s thought it would be fun for me to write this time a
“Yeah, my knees were shak’in the entire time.”
“Mine too, Teddy.”
Teddy and I had the privilege of telling our story last week up in Denver at the What’s Up Doc benefit hosted b
“So how are you doing, Bugga?”
“Well, the brain scan looks great, got me some new shoes with red laces and I’m eating Fettuccine Alfredo.”
That was last
“Daddy, the doctors say that there’s a fifty percent chance that my cancer will come back? Is that true?”
Do I tell the truth? The truth sometimes hurts.
He usually want
“Teddy, do you want the IV in the wrist or the bend of your arm?”
Wrists don’t seem to bend as much.
“Left or right?”
Dear Sue B,
My name is Teddy Rodd. I was diagnosed with a spinal column and brain tumor on January 12th, 2010 in Durango, Colorado. You may remember me from Integrated R