Category Archives: breast cancer
I think I should win this contest considering my leg involuntarily lifts up in this exact position! And not just while I’m hugging someone. Also while chopping vegetables, loading the dishwasher & much to my chagrin — whenever I see a … Continue reading
I’m still waiting for Craig Ferguson “to plunge his patriotic flagpole into my foreign soil…and when he does I’ll say, It’s A Great Day For Canada!” — page 197 Most Of Me: Surviving My Medical Meltdown
Word Vancouver, Western Canada’s largest celebration of literacy and reading, kicks off today and continues through the weekend. Please join Kim Clark and me this Sunday at 3:30 pm in the Canada Writes Tent for some of our sassy SexySickChicLit.
Today is a dizzy new day in your neurodegenerative life! Your brain chemistry — particularly your dopamine levels — are seriously depleted. Follow neuropsychiatrist’s advice: Maintain current medication regime. Spend August on Saturna Island. Rest. Relax. Read. Write. Unwind. Unplug. … Continue reading
“Just finished your book–LOVED it! Not for all that you’ve endured, but for your sense of humor and ability to keep on, keeping on – an inspiration!” — Jennifer Caddell Rootham, volunteer at the West Linn Public Library in West Linn, … Continue reading
Thank you for lubricating my body. Yours Sincerely, Robyn’s Brain
Effexor is red Ativan is blue Sinemet is yellow and easy to chew
My Yummy Mummy days are long gone. I have officially crossed over to the other side. I am now a Tummy Mummy with menopausal powers. I no longer glow — I sweat. I no longer bleed — I bleat. I’ve … Continue reading
Some days it’s hard to tell if I’m dancing or treading water.
If you happen to be friends with Angelina Jolie, and you’re looking for the perfect post-double mastectomy gift to give her — forget the flowers and gourmet food baskets. Just go to your favourite bookstore and buy these Top Five … Continue reading