How to Live in Technicolor: Cancer, Tori Amos & Taking a Journey πŸ¦Έβ€β™€οΈπŸ₯ŠπŸŽ—πŸŒˆ

Twas' the night of my first chemo to treat lung cancer (non-small cell) and I was all hopped up on steroids. Impulsively, I booked a bucket list trip abroad for a Tori Amos concert.

One Woman’s Hair History: From Bald to Mullet, Back to Bald πŸ’‡β€β™€οΈπŸ¦Έβ€β™€οΈπŸ‘©πŸ§‘β€πŸ¦³πŸ‘„

I've lost my hair rendering me bald, not once but, twice in my lifetime.Pictures document my hair loss and gain over the years.

Admitted Inpatient…

I couldn't breathe last night. Even when I tried to be as calm and still as I could, I'd have a coughing fit and be unable to breathe. So, of course, this all happens at 2am. My husband drove me to the ER and I was admitted impatient at Seton Main in Austin. Today, they … Continue reading Admitted Inpatient…

I have lung cancer, seriously wtf. πŸ™„πŸ˜‘😭😀

I was diagnosed last week with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). I'm told of all the types of lung cancer, NSCLC is the "best," most treatable type of lung cancer.

A Little About My Journey: Heart Transplant & Cancers

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Read about Jennifer's unbelievable journey that started in 1991 at age 14. Jennifer has overcome three different cancers: bone, breast and lung (all years apart and distinct). Ultimately, chemo as a teenager resulted in a heart transplant. Transplant was an intense journey, as Jennifer's mother also had ovarian cancer at the same time. Jennifer's mother lost her battle and died while Jennifer was recovering from breast cancer surgery. At times life felt unbearable for Jennifer. Now at age 45 in 2022, this difficult journey continues with blood clots and organ rejection.

This post is Jennifer's story.