After five years, I was inspired to write a post. I've been doing a lot of academic writing, but this piece was cathartic, the beginning (or continuation?) of my healing. Looking back at my old posts, I remember how much I loved writing these reflections. And I can see how my writing has changed too. Hope you enjoy it...here's a teaser:
I may take the time to write more about my journey with the tumor that sent me to the hospital three times within six months. Those of you connected to me on social media may already know about it. Those of you close to me, have been there with me since the mass was discovered. But today, what is it that has inspired the break in my five years of silence on this blog? These lines written by a stranger, his name is Jason Hill. I believe he’s a doctor in NYC working with Covid-19 patients. He wrote, “The eyes stay with you…It’s brief, and you’re busy, and time is essential, but you find a few seconds to share this final breath. That stare lasts a moment. That stare lasts a lifetime. And the eyes stay with you.”
I may take the time to write more about my journey with the tumor that sent me to the hospital three times within six months. Those of you ...