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... Over the past few years "being mindful and being present" has become vogue. The teaching has utility and the practice gifts. But as Mark says, "living in the moment is a luxury. One of us has to think about the future and earn what's needed for it."
Now as I begin life after treatment, or life during remission, or life with cancer as a chronic illness, I struggle with balance. Literally and figuratively. My toe neuropathy (a chemo side ...
... I knew I needed to be seen and treated. I called GIM at DHMC & left a message that I was a cancer patient & that I needed to be seen. I was told a nurse would call me back. By 4:30 P M, I'd heard nothing so I headed over to the newly opened first in the Upper Valley urgent care center. I saw a very calm and kind experienced doctor, was diagnosed, and I left with an antibiotic in my hand all within an hour. It was a pleasant and reassuring experience. A ...
... sunnier periods,
resulting in precipitation frequently as rain, much manmade snow and often icy
conditions, and very cold temperatures on the clearer, sunnier days. With it
being bitterly cold this month, things at Killington are not as they usually
are. The snow is deep and natural and powdery, but most days are so cold and
windy that getting out for more than just a few runs at a time is painful.
So I got in far less skiing that I had hoped, just one full
... amp; side effects of the chemo and radiation with the best professionals and practices I can conveniently access. I’ll have regular checkups with scans and labs and physicals to watch for signs of recurrence. Cathy my DF nurse practitioner, advised me: “Go live. Return to traveling around the world or whatever it is you do or want to do. Think of yourself as living with a chronic ...
... we were going to by-pass the mountains all together if it was raining. Around lunchtime we stopped for a quick lunch and rain was starting, so we put our rain gear on. I found it a bit cold, so I decided to put my heated gear on as well, but by the time I dragged out everything I realized that I left the cord inside the bike (the one that is attached to the battery). One thing about riding a bike on a long trip is that it takes time to pack and ...