Thursday, January 21, 2010

On a blogging hiatus

Since the passing of my dear dad on January 15th, 2010, my urge to blog has completely stopped. I'm in a daze these days and the past few weeks are all a blur. I'm numb and it all feels like a bad dream that I just can't wake up from.

My unhappiness with my new foobs seems so inconsequential at this point. I really haven't thought about it much these days; I guess that proves what the real important things in life are and it doesn't really matter what my chest looks like...it's just not that important! Things may change as time passes, but for now, I can live with them...at least now they won't kill me.

I have lost both my parents in under 3 years to this fucking disease and at least for now, it can't catch me!

Good night dad...I love you!!! ♥ ♥ ♥








5 comments:

robin said...

Time heals all- sending lots of love and hugs your way!! xoxox

Lyn said...

Shari, sending you my deepest sympathy. I don't think there is anything that could be said to ease the feelings of loss and emptiness when we lose our parents. I feel for you .... hugs and pink healing light .... Take care.

zgirlkirk said...

I just want to tell you that so many people are thinking of you and sending you love.

binary said...

hey shari.

i started a blog last week. time is a ticking and i am only weeks away. please add me to you blog roll.

btw...still no car yet...grrr...would love to come see you.

take care hun!
rach
http://losingtheboobs.blogspot.com/

Aim said...

Hi Shari,

I read about you from the article in today's Toronto Star, and I wanted to thank you for this blog.

I will find out next month if I have either of the genetic mutations for breast cancer, thanks to a study by U of T researchers that allowed all women of Jewish descent to get tested.

I also lost my father (to ALS, not cancer) this past year, just a month before you lost yours. I'm so sorry for your loss and for everything you've had to struggle through. I look forward to reading more about you :)

Take care,

Amy (in Toronto)