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echo chamber

Words have never come with greater difficulty than they have in the weeks following the death of a fellow young adult cancer warrior with whom I shared an essential but hard to define connection.  I didn’t know her well, but … Continue reading

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getting over certainty

It feels like an eternity since I sat down to do this.  What does that mean, I wonder?  That cancer and its aftermath are finally taking a backseat to other things?  That seems implausible.  For regardless of what is in … Continue reading

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