So, it’s been a long time

I haven’t posted in awhile.  I guess it’s because I’ve been out there “living my life.”  This is a good thing. I’ve been to New York for vacation this summer, where I walked a slow five miles in the heat.  And I’ve been to Arizona for a business trip with Marshall.  And I just got back from Florida for Thanksgiving with my family.  The business trip went well.  New York and Florida were home exchanges, and both were really amazing! In between, I’ve been up and down energy-wise.  Sometimes I feel pretty good.  Other times I feel pretty tired.  I’ve […]

Epilepsy?

Two weeks ago, a neurologist – an epilepsy specialist – told me she thinks I have epilepsy. I have to admit, it was a pretty stunning thing to hear. After all, I’ve never lost consciousness due to a seizure, and I have had only one real event that I’d even classify as seizure-like – and that was the night that landed me in the hospital when I was diagnosed with brain cancer. It would be easy to try to dismiss what the epilepsy doctor told me – after all, the whole reason I went to see her in the first […]

Oncology Visit and MRI: When Black and White Becomes Gray

It has taken me awhile to mentally and emotionally process the results of last week’s 3-month follow up Oncology visit and MRI.  I don’t know what I was expecting – clear answers, perhaps?  But I’m getting the feeling I’m not in Kansas anymore, Toto.  Clear answers seem few and far between on this unexpected journey of mine. The Bottom Line:  My MRI Results. My MRI results on Wednesday were not bad, but they were not definitive.  (The more I read this sentence, the more amusing it becomes.  When is anything definitive?  Why did I once think anything was?) The MRI […]

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