We Grow Accustomed to the Dark

Emily Dickinson might not have had a spinal cord tumor, but she did know a thing or two about the kind of isolation many of us feel on those days when hope wanes, and we are left with pain and despair. Here, her poem, “We Grow Accustomed to the Dark”, is beautifully animated. In theContinue reading “We Grow Accustomed to the Dark”

36 months after surgery…

Some of you have told me that you appreciate the updates that I post related to my recovery. I haven’t posted one in a long time, but I thought since today is the anniversary of my surgery, it might be a good time for another one. Things are improving at a very slow pace, soContinue reading “36 months after surgery…”

Darkest Moment

If you have been following my journey for very long, you know that I like to post the stories of other spinal tumor warriors. Last month, I was shocked and saddened to hear that Michael J. Fox has joined our ranks. He has written a book, No Time Like the Future, about his experience. YouContinue reading “Darkest Moment”