Tuesday, February 02, 2010


Been away for a few days due to my husband presently in hospital...doing much better now.  I should be back here again early next week.
A note for those who may not already have contributed to the Cyberknife Campaign in Ottawa, as per my previous post:

Apparently, it's much easier to keep track of the donations that are made directly from this blog and via Karen if you choose the "In Honor or Celebration Donation" area, rather than "General Donations" and enter Karen's name...if you have already made your donation, it will still be ok.  Thanks to everyone for your support!

Thanks to all for checking in!

1 comment:

Dennis Pyritz, RN said...

Happy New Year! I am working on improving my blogroll- Cancer Blogs - at Being Cancer Network where your own blog is presently listed. One of the things I want to do is to improve the 800 blog entries, making them more useful for readers.

Check to see if information is correct. Please let me know your specific cancer diagnosis - the medical term. Also the year you were diagnosed and anything else you think is relevant for the listing such as a transplant. If you have written a book or memoir, I can feature it in a special Cancer Book List section. Please include the name of your blog in the email so I can put the information in the correct listing.

It would also really, really help if you could let me know of any cancer blogs that are not on my list. Thanks in advance.

Cancer Blogs I & II has been a very popular (over 8000 visits) and valuable resource for folks. It allows people to view what others with a similar diagnoses have gone through. And it brings additional attention and traffic to survivor’s blogs. It is helping to build a strong, vibrant community of survivors.

Please consider adding Being Cancer Network to your blogroll if you have not already done so. I am now following you on Blogged.

Please see my January 10 post - New Year’s New Face - for additional changes in the website. Wishing you a happy and healthy new year.

Dennis Pyritz, RN
leukemia & transplant survivor