A Badass Sword – It’s What Every Breast Cancer Patient Needs

Thank gawd for capitalism and early Halloween catalogs in September. They came just in time for my low white blood cell count. Low white blood cell numbers mean that I've become the girl in a bubble. I haven’t gone out in public because I can’t fight infections, so I’ve accepted the fact that I have … Continue reading A Badass Sword – It’s What Every Breast Cancer Patient Needs

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Drive Thrus – The Best Last Resort

Another side effect of chemotherapy and isolation is flat out rebellion. I’ve risked the hospital already, I’ve been there even. But it doesn’t matter. No matter what the risk, I still want to get out of my house. I have to get out. So I do the minimum and play it safe. I do laps … Continue reading Drive Thrus – The Best Last Resort

Chemo makes me nauseous, but this blog is my throw up on the page.

Good Morning Boobie Buddies, It’s opening day for the Think Outside The Boob website and blog and I’m headlining! I’m so excited to bring all you cancering kittens relief, peace, knowledge and laughter after what could be a very devastating event: your breast cancer diagnosis. This blog means the world to me in that it is … Continue reading Chemo makes me nauseous, but this blog is my throw up on the page.

When My Body Gets Down and Gets Tired, Not Funky

It was an emotional, Spotify playlist kind of day. I listened to albums that make people feel upset and depressed: Foo Fighters (Wasting Light), The Smiths (Louder Than Bombs) and Coldplay (Parachutes). And although the kids enjoyed the irony of the cheerful song Hang the DJ, they decided that there was too much sorrow in … Continue reading When My Body Gets Down and Gets Tired, Not Funky