About

I’m a 30-year-old non-Hodgkins lymphoma fighter. Its not all I am, but its all I’m focused on at the moment. The purpose of this blog is manyfold. I want to record this experience, not just for myself, but for anyone who can relate or learn from my experience. I want to let people know that cancer can be funny and cancer is not politically correct. Cancer kills and does not discriminate. Why should I care about cancer’s feelings? Cancer sucks and I’m gonna kick its ass. I’m done with being politically correct.

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10 thoughts on “About

  1. Eva De La Garza says:

    You are such a brave and wonderful person. GOD IS WATCHING OVER YOU AND WILL KNOCK THIS CANCER OUT! KEEP UP THE GREAT SPIRIT! BLESSINGS TO YOU, GERMAN AND YOUR FAMILY FOR A HEALTHY, AND BLESSED 2012!

  2. Jana says:

    Wow! U totally rock ms. Fellow cancer survivor! I just read ur latest post (I believe) and was laughing and tearing up at the same time! As a two time cancer survivor, I can sooooo relate to ur perspective. I lov ur wit, tenacity, honesty and fighting spirit! Ur faith inspires me and I will be praying for u! Those that “don’t get it” are blessed by ignorance and that is a glorious thing! :). Keep up the fight !

  3. you are right! we do have the same layout! 😛

  4. Gina says:

    I really admire your blog. I work for a lymphoma site, Lymphomainfo.net , and I was wondering if you’d like to share your blog on our site. Here is what the blog section would look like: http://www.lymphomainfo.net/blog

    Please let me know if you are interested! If you give me permission, that is all you would have to do. We can take care of the rest.
    Thank you, and good luck with your battle!

    Please email me at tptshorty@ucla.edu if interested 🙂

  5. Marie Taylor says:

    Thanks for following my blog. I read your story and will keep you in my prayers now and in the days to come. God bless.

  6. G says:

    YOU will be fine sooooooooooooon. I am praying :)))))))))))))

  7. tooda says:

    Prayers with you. You deserve the best.

  8. I have a friend suffering from Fibro-Myalgia and I’m showing her your site as inspiration to share her story. Sending Light & Love your way during this journey.

  9. hanloumac says:

    I have to say I love your blog, your story mirrors mine in so many ways although my diagnosis is Hodgkins and I’m in the UK. I have just started blogging before my donor stem cell in April. All the best Louise

    • Thanks Louise! Our struggles are the same no matter what cancer we have and I’m so glad you can relate. I will definitely check out your blog and wish you the best in your recovery!! God bless you!

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