[cancer] Today we plan, tomorrow may never come

Today, [info]mikigarrison is sitting down with me and Dad to prioritize the research she and Janet Freeman-Daily have done into clinical trials on my behalf.

I was thinking yesterday somewhere during our joyous and delicious family-and-friends Thanksgiving dinner how much the fact of my death distorts everything around me. It is a leaden weight on the fabric of my life, a singularity into which everything I am, I do, and I love, is slowly collapsing until my own personal event horizons swallows me up.

We are all born to die. I’ve just had the dubious privilege of examining my death in very slow motion, incrementally, for almost six years now. Everything that happens these days happens for the last time (probably). I go through the motions of my life because I do not know what else to do. And because I want to live tomorrow, I live today.

So today we plan.

3 thoughts on “[cancer] Today we plan, tomorrow may never come

  1. Alexis says:

    Every moment you are here is a lucky one for the rest of us.

  2. Rani says:

    I try and live most days as if they might be my last. And every day that you’re in the world is a better last day for me.

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