Tag Archives: old-age

Try again tomorrow

Which one do I choose? If I choose to walk – then I am a walker. If I choose to not walk – then I need one. Is it is a choice? Is it not a choice? Walking used to … Continue reading

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It’s the little things…

It’s the little things in life that seem to matter the most when the chips are down.  These little things are the things I miss most about my Mom. I miss her smile, her laugh.  I remember Mom always being … Continue reading

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One week from now is my last chemo day

One Week Today One week today will mark the end Then I can heal, be on the mend What things await just down the road? You tend to reap what you have sowed How have I been throughout this time? … Continue reading

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Getting old is (not) for the birds

“Don’t grow old, Stacey.”  my father used to say to me.  “Getting old is for the birds!” “There is only one other alternative, Dad.  And I don’t like the alternative.”  I used to respond. He would laugh.  “Yeah – I … Continue reading

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Chemo Brain = Old Age?

Is this what it feels like to get old?  If so – that sucks! I sat down with Katya for a good game of Scrabble yesterday.  I love that game and have always been good with words so I have … Continue reading

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