The one-year mastectomy anniversary came and went, and my annual health exam and labs (so far) passed in pretty good standing. My ANA titer was elevated, indicating autoimmune activity of some kind, or worst-case scenario, an early indicator of metastasis. My other lab results were good, though (some were their best ever), so the hope... Continue Reading →
We had a bonfire with s'mores and grandparents in honor of summer solstice. Even though summer is not my favorite season (fall is), I do love it for what it is--minus the mosquitoes. I love watching the moon and its phases and how it defines the seasons. I love how all people of the world... Continue Reading →
We spent a perfect summer afternoon at the beach. It was Anna's first time (that she can remember). It was a good day.