Monthly Archives: July 2015

Reasons to love the hospital and never get your ovary out 

After 37 days in the hospital, I was discharged on Saturday. So far my main feelings are complaints that there is no morphine at home and that it is a bit harder to ignore having leukemia when you compare yourself … Continue reading

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1 month anniversary <3 <3

I have been in the hospital for a month now (s/o to June 18) and it looks like I might be able to be discharged for four days before my next cycle of chemo. Sometime next week if my immune … Continue reading

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I’m bald and I’m being a baby about it

Okay so we all know appearance is important. For example, I really wanted to pick a chic black and grey theme for this wordpress but Saige said I can’t have a black cancer blog and I really saw her point … Continue reading

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Bone Marrow Match and Registry!

Hey My baby brother Jack (baby as in 16 years old, 6 feet tall, rows boats really fast, and eats 3700 calories a day) HAS THE SAME BONE MARROW AS ME. My doctor came in and congratulated me and I … Continue reading

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Acute Myeloid Leukemia and other fun things

Hi friends! This is as weird for me as it is for you, but a few weeks ago I was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia. You are probably frantically googling AML right now, so I’ll give you a crash course: … Continue reading

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