When I started blogging, I asked a couple other bloggers some questions. One of the answers I received, was that I needed to commit to complete 100 posts, before really saying that I knew where I wanted to go as a blogger.Continue Reading
In our adult life, Cancer has touched us at likely every corner.
Through memories, and stories, we honour them.
Everyone approaches and understands death in many different ways.
I need to change my will now – but probably not for the reason you think.
Another friend has forced Cancer to accept a tie.
Please learn about a young father, teacher, coach, and my friend.
As we approach November 11th, many things highlight the world of Veterans. A couple items sparked my brain to finally post some of these borderline ranting, rambling, thoughts.Continue Reading
The Erin Doyle Memorial Poker Run in Legal, AB, for the Kids with Cancer Society.Continue Reading
Short report on how the recent Cancer fundraiser in Drumheller AB went, and some quick notes about upcoming events. The charity ride scene is picking up steam…Continue Reading
I was listening to a podcast from a fellow Cancer patient recently, and he was recounting a story that he heard on another podcast from comedian Norm Macdonald. When a person dies of Cancer, it doesn’t really really count as losing the battle, as technically, the Cancer that is withing his body, dies to. So, this counts as a tie. Well, my old friend Barry forced Cancer to settle for a tie recently. After 17 years of living with Cancer, it returned with a vengance this year. He was 76. I first met Barry in 1981, when they moved from the big city to the sprawling lands of the Lower… Read MoreContinue Reading
I was looking at a number of items that I haven’t completed… I have 4 blog posts in draft format, dating back to mid June. I have hours of video, mostly unedited, quite a bit not yet viewed, and still a full memory card in the camera – not downloaded. I was feeling sorry for myself when the email came in. A very good friend and mentor had passed after a brief, but vigorous, battle with cancer. I reflected upon the past, and poured a rum and coke in his honour. After my diagnosis and move to Edmonton last year, Brian was one of the few people from my past… Read MoreContinue Reading