One of the most difficult things while we were away was being separated from Jay and his Girls. Many FaceTime calls were filled with tear on how much we missed each other. We had plans for the girls and Jay to drive down for the March Break thinking we would still be in Memphis for […]
Mom of Boys
I would like to start this post just by saying how much we appreciate the love and support we have received on this stage of our voyage. We really have a crew behind us and it means the world knowing so many people care and are traveling this rough cancer sea along with us. I […]
The house is so quiet which causes me to feel uneasy. The calm gives room for my anxiety to grow but I also know I need this time to absorb all the events of the week. I need this time to freely sob and to just stay in bed and sleep and recharge as much […]
I can’t even use the word exhausted to discribe our lives right now as it does not even come close to the actual feeling. This round of chemo is taking its toll, beating Aiden down so bad he can hardly hold his head up. For over a week now Aiden has pretty much been on complete bed rest except for frequent trips to the washroom to expel everything from his body…..
One of the first weeks of Aidens diagnosis, inpatient in the oncology wing at Cheo, 4 North, I remember talking to another mom in the hallway. Her son was a teenager with ALL Leukaemia. He was on isolation, meaning grounded to a small room unable to leave and have as few visitors as possible to […]