October 2018 – update

Well, it has been awhile since I posted. Nothing really bad has happened, but a lot of things happened over the summer.  Complete world shift would mostly correct. Looking back to my last post, I gave you the heads up… I called it “big changes”.  I would say that it was a correct statement.

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February 2018 – next phase, chapter 1.

who has 2 thumbs and has moved on to the next phase of his cancer journey?
THIS GUY.
new path, next steps.

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January 2018

Well, another year starts off with the “rinse/repeat” cycle.
Lets hope 2018 is the year I get my life back.

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Monthly Update – December 2017

As the Christmas season is in full swing, time waits for no one.
Things to do, places to go – yet, my appointment calendar is fuller this month.

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Cysto

The option

sometimes I get some really odd questions, recently the Global Morning meteorogist asked a question, that I feel needed a more in-depth reply.

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August update

For some reason – I get myself involved in things that all become due – at once… 
I need to stop that… I end up too busy during the summer when I would rather be riding.

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June update – just a little tardy

June is a little behind schedule, but I have good reasons.
really, I do.

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Feb 2017 update and waiting, why are we still waiting?

One thing the military did help me with is waiting.  Note that I didn’t say patience… that is a different animal all together.  Hurry up and wait is a Sun Tzu –esqe hallmark of military life.  It prepared me well for my time waiting to know what is next in my cancer journey.

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Priorities – a shift in strategy?

In 2016, many of my blog posts were scheduled, planned on a spreadsheet, and determined well in advance. 2017, I want to be more impulsive, unscheduled, and unpredictable.

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BCG #19, and Floating.

As 2016 heads towards then end, I drop some thoughts about sensory deprivation aka floating, BCG, and mental health going forward.

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