An ordinary day

The shock/surprise of being diagnosed with cancer has worn off a good deal by now, and the novelty of the treatments, both chemo and radiation, has definitely gone (except for the part where my hair falls out) (which it hasn’t yet). I just slog to the doctor’s and the hospital like I’m making my daily Continue reading An ordinary day


I have taken my Compazine to battle the slight tendency to unruliness on the part of my ever more beleaguered stomach, so I am full of energy. However, the macro in TextMate that says the date and time says it is now Date: 2006-12-26 21:56:27. (By the way, don’t accidentally start looking for this macro Continue reading Proof.