As I approach the 7th anniversary of my initial diagnosis of non-Hodgkins lymphoma, and after hundreds of appointments, gallons of chemo, weeks of hospital stays, biopsies, file folders full of scans, tests, and lab results, I would like to give you an inside view of what cancer feels like.
I’m beyond grateful and encouraged. Anything is possible when your fuse meets your muse.
Maybe it’s because I’ve hosted the morning show here for the past 24 years that I’ve become very skilled in sending MIX’ed messages when it comes to my cancer fight.
So what’s been going on? I’ll be brief because it’s been a whirlwind.
Sharing 20 of the random and seemingly insignificant things that have made me happy and that I’m thankful for this year.
That’s my actual chart at my oncologist’s office. It’s my medical biography of the past six years.
My chemo is still doing a number on my blood counts, so going in to work isn’t an option right now. But thanks to modern science, the radio station can come to me.
It’s been a running theme for several years on our morning show that I tend to have a female sensibility. And now I can add women’s intuition to that list when it comes to my battle with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
We are excited to say that our very own Scott McKenzie was ranked among the top celebrities in Central Florida.
With all the terrible news in the world right now, this will restore your faith in positivity, and in whose hands (and voices) we’re leaving the world to.