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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Things I Consider Physical Therapy or Justifying My Toys

I'm coming to the end of my cancer treatment and it's been a long road since being hospitalized in June. The muscles in my legs are gone (not missing just small) and my stamina is crap since I've been so inactive. I am now trying to do things about that like walking when I can.

I have decided that two things I currently want to play er I mean work on are my hand dexterity and fine motor skills. The big muscles like legs will slowly comeback with more cardio and eights, but the fine motor skills are different.

I have found a way to do this! I have a long road a head of me and after thinking about it I have decided that I will do this by using these proven methods.


I will also use Taylor Guitars!

Listen, if Romney's wife can use million dollar horses I can use Legos and lovely Taylor Guitars (I just got a Koa wood one LOVE IT). I'm also going use them as a tax write off! What?! 

How Would I Deal With Cancer?

I think that's a question people ask themselves when they see a celebrity on TV diagnosed with cancer. Maybe the thought crosses their mind when they hear of a friend or family member's diagnosis. I don't think I ever thought about how I would deal with cancer. I know I wasn't prepared when I heard that I had Leukemia. They told me in the hospital pretty non-nonchalantly that I had it as they were taking my blood for more tests.

I find that dealing with cancer is just what it is. Things change, a lot and not as much as you would think, you go to appointments you have chemo, and you just go on. What else is there to say? It sucks, it blows, there is good and bad, but it's just living. I don't know what will happen when my treatments are over. That isn't until February.  I wonder if it will be different after it's done? I guess only time will tell, and I've been told my feelings are normal that it doesn't hit people until all the treatments are done and things calm down a bit.

I'll tell you how I deal with cancer when I know.