Scars tell your story. They tell a story that you don't necessarily have to. People will guess, make their own assumptions, and wonder, but what most people won't do is ask. Scars also only tell your physical story. They don't tell the emotional or mental part of your story. People will also go to assume… Continue reading Scars
Well, I figure it's time I tell part of my story for those of you who haven't been following along on Instagram. On January 12th, 2018 I was at my doctors office for some test results, as I was experiencing the early symptoms of Bells Palsy. While at my doctors office, my mother in law… Continue reading The Start of my Burkitts Lymphoma Journey
Do you ever look at your calendar and wonder where your week has gone? I do this every single day, it's like the weeks are just flying by. I cannot believe it. I'm currently working on Hailey's second birthday because October 9th is coming up FAST! Not only that but I'm working on Christmas/Birthday gift… Continue reading Life…
My ileostomy has become quite the fascination for Hailey. She attempts to help me empty my bag by trying to undo the velcro that holds it closed, and she will help me "squish" my bag to empty the stool out of it, then she looks in the toilet, points and says "poop" in the silliest… Continue reading Ileo Fascination
The struggle is real, lets get serious, so is the snuggle. The girls and I took a little adventure (by this I mean a 20 minute drive) to our friend Kaitlyn's house to visit with her and little Elly (3 weeks old). It was such a great visit and I got so many baby snuggles… Continue reading Baby Snuggles or Struggles?
I want you to know that this journey hasn't been easy on me, not mentally, not emotionally and not physically. I know it hasn't been easy on Wade, or our girls either. Burkitts Lymphoma took a lot from me. It took my ovaries, part of my small intestine, it took my hair, 90lbs of my… Continue reading What we missed…
Thanks for joining me on my blog about Surviving; Life, Cancer & Beyond.I've recently started sharing my journey with Burkitts Lymphoma on Instagram under the handle of @survivingburkitts2018 I'm Lindsay and I'm a 28 year old wife, mother of two, and cancer survivor. When I was diagnosed with Burkitts Lymphoma in January 2018, our youngest… Continue reading Surviving; Life, Cancer & Beyond