Jun 12, 2012 - 10:37 pm
I am nearly one year into the reality of cancer. I was diagnosed in October of last year. Many of you are probably aware that late nights (the wee hours of the night) are not our friend. I rarely sleep more than 1 1/2 hour maybe two at a stretch. My first thoughts upon waking is usually, "What is wrong now? Why do I keep waking up? Am I ever going to get back to a normal life?" Things like that. To help me cope I decided this morning to start a blog about my journey with cancer. It gives me an outlet for my anxiety and might just keep me from going off the deep end! I will be trying to keep it simple. Short daily updates are the plan. Just a way to survive and a theropy that doesn't cost me $200 an hour! I love to write anyway, so it will be a natural thing for me. If you care to read and follow along with my daily walk the site is here:
This not a commercial for myself. It is just a friendly offer to others who may be awake at 2 a.m. or anytime to stop by my blog and see what is happening. Just started today so only a couple of posts so far. Please feel free to comment or follow the blog. Just a thought.
How do others here deal with the late night theater of the mind?