Thursday, June 7, 2012

Recurring Thunder Stealer

Well, it looks like the universe has decided the Thunder Stealer is not quite ready for retirement.

A couple weeks ago I found another lump in my neck. After several doctors’ appointments and a PET Scan, my suspicions were confirmed that Little Hodgy is in fact back.

This, to put it mildly, is not what I had in mind for my summer time activities.

So, because of the unique path I took in the first place, there is no specific protocol on how to proceed. I'll be spending the next couple week's meeting with different doctors and oncologists to decide on the best treatment plan for me.

I could wax all poetic, but rest assured friends, I made Little Hodgy my bitch once before, I have no doubt I'll do it again.

What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, right??

Cue cheesy, pop empowerment song...


  1. Rock on Sista!!! "We" will join you in whatever fight and "We" will win!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Jason Daniels

  2. Not everyone would approach this news with as much strength and positive energy as you. You're truly amazing and an inspiration. Despite the bad news, don't forget that. You got this and we're here for you.

  3. You make me smile! They say laughter is the best medicine.....something i am trying to prescribe to my family and everyone around us while we help my 16 yearold son battle Leukemia. Five months into treatment and i can barely remember life "before" diagnosis. Keep on fighting the good fight! You are an inspiration!

  4. Thank you so much for your comments and for following along on this journey! I wish you and your son all the best! As I've learned from my own mother, being the parent of a patient can be just as challenging as being the patient. My thoughts are with you!