Daily Delight

For many months, daily delights have felt like a self indulgent luxury. So many people are dying that bodies are being stored in refrigerated trucks. That grim reality makes me feel like focusing on daily delights is a privilege and incongruous with the current state of affairs. However, when discussing this with a dear friend, …

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Mary Maegan Brundage, January 14, 19 something: A Cancer Story

I've been writing these posts in my head for about three weeks now. What happened in surgery, how I'm recovering physically and emotionally, and my treatment plan moving forward has been a lot for me to digest and then put into coherent words. This may not be coherent, but this is my stream of consciousness …

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