Welcome to My Blog

I’ve always wanted to write a blog but never felt confident sharing. What do I have to say? Who will want to read it? Then, on December 4, 2018, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma. Creating this blog and sharing my thoughts is helping me process what I’m feeling. I hope sharing my journey will help others to face challenges that come their way. Please share your journey with me too. I’m listening.

16 thoughts on “Welcome to My Blog

  1. Linda, I just read every post in your blog. Thank you so much for sharing your journey with us. When I read your words, I feel I am right there with you. And I also feel I’m being taught – learning from you, as we all did from Amy’s blog, what cancer treatment is really like. I’m in awe of your honesty and courage. Sending you light, prayers, strength and love for your healing and recovery – we are with you!


  2. Thank you for sharing your story. Such honesty, real emotions, reactions, being there in the moment. We can’t have enough of that, and are grateful you’re taking us along now, and into all the better days ahead.


  3. Linda, I look forward to reading your blog posts going back to the beginning. I salute your courage and generosity for sharing your journey with us.


  4. Hi, Linda. Thank you for sending me the news about your blog. Your story is one I’m eager to follow. I wish you the best of luck through all of this, and I’ll be here reading every word.


  5. Hi Linda. Thank you for sharing with us all your journey. I had no idea you were struggling. It seems that nasty C has affected about 50% of the people I know. I look forward to reading your posts.


  6. To my dear friend…my love, thoughts, nd prayers are with you during this outrageous time…I am so so vensorry to hear this news…I am here for you for whatever you need….you are a very special piece of my life and heart
    Love. Annie


    1. Annie, you said it perfectly – you are a very special piece of my life and heart too. I think of you often. I will have some challenging days ahead, but will come out the other side okay. Thank you for your love and support. Keep those prayers coming!


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