A Day in the Life (on the bone marrow transplant floor)

While getting this blog organized to be published, I realized I had written virtually nothing about my hospital adventures.  I spent 90 days and nights at City of Hope’s Helford Hospital, but  I never really felt up to writing while I was there, and even if I did – and I know this sounds like a […]

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From Hair to There

Queue Rod Serling:  You are about to enter another dimension.  A dimension not only of time and space, but of hair.  A journey into a wondrous land of strands.  You’ve just crossed over into… the Baldilocks Zone.  My apologies to those of you born after about 1970, for you are now wondering where the f you can […]

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Transitioning Back to “Normal”

I’m feeling more and more like my prick (pre + sick) self lately, and my last visit to City of Hope’s Main Lab waiting room confirmed it.  Putting my new vision to use, I surveyed my fellow patients, all there for AFBT – Another F-ing Blood Test, and I realized I was the ONLY one without […]

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I’ll Take “WTF” for 400, Alex

jeop-ard-y (jep-er-dee):  peril or danger Click link below to jam with Jeopardy: 2-36 Jeopardy! (Main Theme) ———————————————————– Answer:  All of the overwhelming love and support from my family and friends Question:  How have I made it through this brawl thus far? ———————————————————– Answer:  My Daddy (Leason Pomeroy III) Question:  Whom did I visit after my […]

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