New Blog

To all my amazing blog friends:

I didn’t want to keep writing about cancer here, so I started a new blog, Color Me Cancer. Like a woman who can’t ever have enough purses or shoes, I seem to do the same with blogs. If you or someone you know has cancer, or you’re just interested in what I have to say on the subject, check it out and sign up for updates!



  1. Chatter Master

    I followed your new blog, so I hope it sends me notices by email. I don’t use the ‘reader’ well!!!! I couldn’t find a way to post a comment on the new blog. But it’s early…..maybe I’ll find it yet. 😉

  2. Laura

    Stage 3C ovarian, for me. (60 yrs. old) Surgery a year ago, Dec., then 6 months of chemo. Finished that in June, and as of last week, my CA125 is 8.2 ( it was over 3900, pre surgery) So many familiar things in your writings, especially this odd, post chemo with still some mental fog, and a bit more depressed, and reflective, and just “odd”. Hope that you continue doing well.

    • Toasty Strings

      Laura, happy to hear you are doing so well. That mental fog will lift, as will the depression, but you will probably be “reflective” the rest of your life. It does change you, and make you think about things more deeply, but that’s a good thing, I think. 8.2 is a GREAT CA 125 number!

  3. joannevalentinesimson

    Glad to see a little flag in my email box that Mind Margins had posted another blog. Good to see/read you again! I tried to figure out how to “follow” the other blog, but couldn’t figure it out. So I guess I’ll stick with following this one. Best wishes, again, and don’t let those numbers scare you. They got the tumor with surgery.

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