Cancer Brain Drain: My Life Is Still A Mess

Seven Years Later… It’s nearly seven years to the day that I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I’m still here, still NED, as far as I know, so in that regard, seven is a lucky number. However, I’d rather hoped that by now, I would feel a lot more like my old self again. I […]

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Cognitive Dysfunction & Cancer Treatment: Old News

To all the compassionate, skilled physicians and oncology clinicians I have come to know online and in real life since becoming a member of the cancer club, let me just say thank you. You know who you are. You are not the ‘my-way-or-the-highway’ practitioners. You are the ones who actually listen to your patients; ask […]

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Awareness Fatigue

Tell you what, dear readers, the self-proclaimed Queen of Snark is tired of this breast cancer shit. As of last Tuesday, July 24th, it’s been four years since I heard the words, “I’m sorry, Kathi. Your biopsy is positive.” About a week ago, I started writing a philosophical, seeing-the-glass-half-full sort of post, in an attempt […]

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Declaring an Asshattery-Free Zone

Been an interesting few weeks. I can’t talk about all of it, but let’s just say that a confluence of recent happenings, both planned and unexpected, have put me through the emotional wringer. One of my blog sisters recently published an excellent post on trying to recover her Equilibrium after all her cancer treatment and […]

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