Everybody thinks having cancer is all doom and gloom; that survival is the only consideration and occupies every thought and action. Not true, I say! Continue reading “5 Great Things About Having Cancer”
Today we are back in the chemo room at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre and the poisons are flowing freely through my veins .
After flunking my blood test last week, we gave my body seven days Continue reading “A Bucket List Birthday?”
My request a few weeks ago in A Birthday Invitation was meant for the close friends and family who were following this blog at the time. I asked that you all get ready to say your
first annual goodbyes on my birthday, just in case I’m not here next June to say goodbye to.
I stumbled upon this poem on Facebook this morning. I don’t like to use such things without giving the author credit but I can’t seem to find that information, so I’ll use it and hope someone can tell me who wrote it.
When I was a child, my mother left this world far too early, but she left all of us Continue reading “The Blessing in my Curse”
I intended to blog today from the Chemo Room at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre. I’m not. I’m writing from the comfort of my couch because I flunked my blood test. I’ve never failed a test before. They should really Continue reading “A Brief Update”
There are now five days in my life that I will never forget; the one when the most incredible, loving and supportive woman I ever met agreed to marry me, the two when my children came into my life, the one when an ER doctor bluntly told me I had cancer, and yesterday.
The good and the bad in life seem Continue reading “Some Great News”
Global BC News has done a story on me and the Canadian Bucket List Foundation.
I think they might have been more impressed with Wendy’s garden than with my eloquent vociferation of the goals a purposes of the Foundation. They certainly have a lot more footage of flowers and greenery than they used on the news.
Please support the Canadian Bucket List Foundation
The last few days have been the busiest I have experienced in a very long time. Learning about social media while amidst an explosion of much appreciated but exhausting attention has provided me with endless Continue reading “My Bucket List Ate My Life”
I am honored and inspired by the feedback and support for my blog and for the Canadian Bucket List Foundation. It’s exhausting. I love it.
Among the dozens of comments, tweets, shares and blog comments I have received in the past few days, there is one that stands out Continue reading “Inspiring feedback”
We’re getting the word out there about the Bucket List Foundation! I’ve been annoying all my Facebook friends and Twitter followers with a virtual bombardment of requests for shares & retweets and donations. Nobody seems to have become too pissed off with me yet. That’s encouraging. Continue reading “The Foundation is becoming real”