A Week Off From Chemo

I gotta say, the previous 7 days after my most recent infusion have been revealing. They illustrated the effects of accumulated toxicity. My nausea went longer, for example. When I’d previously gotten to the last 3 days of an infusion interval I would be fine, without incident. It was different for these last 3 infusions […]

4th Cycle, 3rd Infusion – January 24, 2019

Well another week, another infusion. This one went well, with a little reduction in dose due to marginally low blood platelet counts. Fine with me. We’ve got the whole thing down; set the port, draw blood, wait 20 minutes, talk to Doc, wait 45 minutes, get infusion which with gemabraxin takes about 2 and a […]

4th Cycle, 2nd Infusion – January 17, 2019

This was a quick Gemabraxine infusion with no complications and nothing much to say about the after effects other than they’ve been the same as always. I’m writing this on the Monday after so I don’t have very much need for the anti-nausea meds at this point either, although there are occasions where I’m really […]

Start of a Manifesto

A simple little article in Medium just caught my attention. It describes half of my social struggles throughout my life an gives the most simple and elegant solution. I don’t have much else to say since it pretty much sums it up completely – https://medium.com/mind-cafe/stop-trying-to-be-one-of-these-people-fe4b83666b9

Wha…? Projects? Initiatives? Business Alignment?

Summary: Executive participation is required to make strategy-based initiatives happen successfully, and without it the strategy will be hobbled or blocked completely. In other words, you cannot be a hands off executive if you want to see your strategy succeed. Something that really caught my attention in the past has been the fast and loose […]