When people ask what has helped me “stay positive” on my cancer journey, I should just quote Pema Chödrön.
Last fall, my brother Peter gave me a ginger plant, which I planted on the north side of the house
“Working with our propensities is a very helpful way to think in terms of “me.” Just think of it as
Often, cancer is a crap shoot. It will be a while before medical science can always predict who will get
When I agreed to a stem cell transplant, I only knew that it was my best chance for a cure.
It’s a beautiful spring afternoon in Houston. I hope you’re comfortable and safe, wherever you are. A brief update on
Sleep has been elusive lately. From one night to the next, the Ambien might work, or not; the melatonin might
Sometimes I forget about my recovery. That might sound like a good thing. People might assume that I usually worry over my
Today I reread an old email newsletter from an astrologer friend, Joseph Crane. In it, he comments briefly on the
After a short night of sleep last night (I’m still on a low dose of Prednisone for a few more