Sorry it’s been quiet around here. I can give a few reasons:
1) I’m not really sure if I should write when I don’t have something to say about CANCER.
2) I have a job interview this week!
3) My life when I’m not a superstar cancer patient is pretty routine. I go to the movies, I feed my kids, I try to exercise. I can’t exactly inflict that sort of humdrum on a readership accustomed to more fiery dynamics, now, can I?
It’s not a rhetorical question, actually. There are enough of you who have been reading (and even commenting, which is like gold) who must have an opinion on what you’d like to read about here. Until I start ratcheting up the tension before my next scan (not until March!), tell me what to write about. And I’ll try to comply!
4 thoughts on “Reconstruction”
I’d love to read about the looking-for-work-as-a-librarian stuff though I know you’re limited in how much you can maybe say and still be thought of as employable 🙂
Heh. Not quite sure how to write about that anonymously and in a way that keeps me employable! An interesting challenge.
Pam and I – cause you have two for one in our case – would love to read your day-to-day anythings. Like movie reviews and parenting rants and food observations and food coop stories and what to wear to yoga advise. Your life may be routine, but I think your thoughts on the routine are interesting.
I’ll be happy to oblige on pretty much any of these topics… EXCEPT what to wear to yoga! I only do yoga when I’m pregnant and the odds of that happening again are slimmer than the odds of a recurrence of my cancer.