How You Can Help Us πŸ’žπŸ«‚πŸ₯ŠπŸŽ—

If you're able to do one small thing for me, it would impact me greatly. This list includes helpful ideas for my physical limitations and, honestly, strategies to help my depressed mood. I welcome any other ideas you might have to help me or Adam. Thank you.

OrganπŸ«€Rejection: Sh!t Is Getting Real πŸ₯ŠπŸ’š

To be blunt...shit is getting real. I've had some serious health setbacks. I've been in the hospital for about 3 weeks. I'm home now and so grateful for the peace and quiet. In the middle of all of this, Adam had surgery on his knee to repair a torn minscus.

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.

When You and Your Mom are Dying at the Same Time…

Warning: This article is about death and dying. If you or your loved one are dealing with death and dying, this article might be triggoring or I hope that it may bring you a sense comfort. While I can't predict how this article will affect you, I can tell you that it has difficult topics … Continue reading When You and Your Mom are Dying at the Same Time…

How I Avoid Death in 10 Steps…β€πŸ™πŸ˜€πŸ€ž

My survival guide of how I overcame bone cancer, then later a heart transplant, breast cancer and the death of my Mum from ovarian cancer all within the same time period. I relied on some strategies to endure this time in my life. May my experience possibly lift your burden in some small way.

My 5 Tricks of How I Deal with Pain… πŸ’ͺβ€πŸ©πŸ–

As a heart transplant recipient and cancer survivor, I have experienced intense physical pain and prolonged mental anguish. I have a few tricks I use to endure pain and I will share them with you. I hope it brings you some measure of relief.

Should I Even Talk About Heart Transplant & Cancer?

I share with you my thoughts about organ donation and my experience as a heart transplant Recipient, because I believe communication can be beneficial, but I also know that this is a very sensitive topic and taboo.

How long will I wait for my Heart Transplant?

On average, the data suggest you could wait between 2 months (64 days) to 2 years (726 days) for a heart transplant.

If you're reading this blog then you're either on the wait list (or your loved one is) or you're my friends and family.Β  If you're on the waitlist...