You may have noticed I haven’t posted too much lately. Some of it is because of my current health sitch and the other is because I’m knees-deep in learning…
I’d love to say that once you’ve had cancer, you get a renewed vision of the world where you always bask in the sunlight, take in all the…
Why was I put on this earth? It’s a question that’s been puzzling me a lot lately. It’s caused me to spiral into my depression once again. Not…
2016 started pretty rough for me. I was in the hospital a lot, I battled pneumonia more than once, and I’ve had enough panic attacks to last a…
Two years ago this past November, I was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukemia while 29 weeks pregnant. It’s hard to think back to those days of the unknown.…
When life gives you nothing but raunchy, moldy, old lemons, (sorry, Bey), there is no making lemonade out of that.
This week has seriously been the most difficult thing I’ve been through in a while–emotionally.
I have no patience.
I can barely move because my body is so sore from doing just everyday things (my hands and wrists are swollen and hurt) maybe from typing or doing normal household chores.
I’m not sick or anything. It’s nothing like that.
My life is just wanting to suck, like really suck, right now.
You ever feel like the world is working against you? That no matter how hard you work, everything and everyone wants you to fail?
Well that’s where I am… right now.
What up, what up, what up y’all?!?
Can you believe it? The new Life On Cass Lane is finally LIVE!
I’m so pumped to have finally gone LIVE with my newly-designed website.
The NEW LIFE ON CASS LANE IS HERE, bro.
So, I designed my new logo and site myself (which looking back on all of it—probably was a mistake since I took so long).
I honestly don’t know when the design process began, because I’ve had way too much Ambien since then. Pretty sure it was sometime around March and it’s now June so it’s been a long, long time.
I’d love to hear what you think! I’ve worked really hard on this (and spent a lot of nights up tim 2 am and money) and I’m extremely proud of the results.
So I’ve been working on creating a newsletter, but I do need some help from my readers—you guys. I need you to sign up so I can send out my awesome newsletter!
This newsletter is going to be loaded with exclusive content, more frequent updates, tips and advice. But that’s not all! I’m launching some new, fun ways to get to know my readers, fellow cancer survivors, patients, and caregivers.
In the newsletter, you’ll get info about:
Life Was Put On Hold When I moved back from Alaska, my life was put on hold. I was still working for the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA)…