Travelogue

My Purpose Now

Today I had the first of at least twelve or up to sixteen weekly infusions of chemotherapy to come, the Continue Reading →

TWO O’CLOCK IN THE MORNING

It’s two o’clock in the morning. A waning gibbous moon floats in a jet-black sky as the river runs swiftly Continue Reading →

Une Folie à Deux d’Amour

I have not had to face cancer alone. At every turn on this journey my wife Elizabeth has been at Continue Reading →