I just found 697 hours with nothing at all to do. For someone who’s always stressing about there not being enough hours in the day, it’s a tremendous gift. You see, I had to have three rounds of chemo last week to treat multiple sclerosis. This particular type of chemo kills your T cells, which … Continue reading What Would You Do with 697 Hours?
Everyone's talking about how we get life back to normal. But I'm not really sure I want to go back there.
I have readily admitted to anyone who asks how I’m doing that I am feeling incredibly blessed. I’m blessed to still have a full-time job, even at a temporarily reduced salary, so my family can pay the bills. I’m blessed that my daughter, who has a compromised immune system, made the decision to come home … Continue reading Counting My Blessings and Bright Sides