Having cancer is just like not having cancer. It's just life magnified.
For example: If you don't have cancer and you're just sitting at home watching television, and your doctor calls and says he's scheduled a test for you... just out of the blue... you get a little shocked, downplay it to your loved ones and plan to go do the test.
If you do have cancer and you're just sitting at home watching television, and your oncologist calls and says he's scheduled a test for you... just out of the blue... you freak out for a moment, strongly downplay it to your loved ones, freak out again, and plan to go do the test.
It's life as usual but not. Days still have their ups and downs. Moments are still special. It's just that those wonderful moments, those tense moments, any emotional moment is intensified. It's magnified.
Having cancer is just like not having cancer. Only different.
 When someone walks into your house and says, with no malice intent, "I'm going to make you cry." Believe him. I've spoken before about how amazing it was to work with the people I worked with at KMTR. It was truly a rewarding experience. But they just filled my fridge, dropped off so many dry goods that I don't know where to put them and gave me money they had left over from shopping. You should be watching they're channel just because they're the nicest people I've ever worked with, let alone that they've got the best news coverage and reporting in the state! I'm overwhelmed. [/edit]
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