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Beating Creative Block

Hey, I’m working on it! No, seriously, I am. Recently, I read the simplest and most straight-forward cure for writer’s block in a post on Seth Godin’s blog titled Talker’s Block.  In a nutshell, he says that the cure for writer’s block is to write.  To write every day.  To write badly.  To write when […]

Another Year’s Reprieve

I’m not going to die. Well, at least, I’m not going to die of cancer.  Not this year, anyway. Today, the oncologist told me my lymphoma is in full remission still.  In fact, the scar tissue has shrunk even more, from 14cm to 11cm, which I think is kind of amazing, but didn’t seem to […]

In Search of Schrödinger’s Tumor

I may, or may not, have cancer. Now, before all my regular readers and, due to my automated update configurations, my Twitter and Facebook friends who might read this, get too excited, nothing has changed in my recent medical status.  However, Wednesday, I go in for a scan.  A regular scan, nothing special, nothing new.  […]