Krev vs cancer

Great news, hope you keep it up for at least the next 54 years.

Keep on keeping on matey.

Quintin_Stone wrote:
Kiri wrote:
El-Producto wrote:

I can't wait until we get a "Choose your tag" thread for you Krev!

It's going to be an epic throwdown on that stupid cancer.

Why wait...let's start now. Laughter is awesome medicine. I challenge my fellow goodjers to make him laugh

...like a hole in the head

Cancer Schmancer
Cancer, Been there, done that got the T-shirt

Glad to hear the news, Krev. Keep it up!

That's wonderful news! Wooot!

Awesome awesome awesome awesome!

Fantastic news!

Two thumbs up!

Great news, krev! Keep it up!

Awesome!

So you stunned the cancer for a X1...
Go for a kick in the groin for a X2...
Just keep that Combo Flow going!

El-Producto wrote:
Quintin_Stone wrote:
Kiri wrote:
El-Producto wrote:

I can't wait until we get a "Choose your tag" thread for you Krev!

It's going to be an epic throwdown on that stupid cancer.

Why wait...let's start now. Laughter is awesome medicine. I challenge my fellow goodjers to make him laugh

...like a hole in the head

Cancer Schmancer
Cancer, Been there, done that got the T-shirt

I suggest he gets his tag early just so he can stick it to the C a little more

Congrats Bro Montana!

Awesome news! Glad to hear things are looking good.

That's great to hear. And definitely worth a Ding celebration.

Awesome news, krev!

Good to hear. Any developments on the X-gene front? Are you Gambit yet?

I don't know... sounds like a level 3 accomplishment to me!

Fantastic news. With this, the next 54 years is gonna be a piece of cake. =D

Adding to the well wishes, and awesomeness of the news.

Glad to hear it, krev!

Good news, stay on top of it! (as if you wouldn't )

Awesome update! My turn to (((((((((((krev)))))))))))!

Sparhawk wrote:

Good news, stay on top of it! (as if you wouldn't )

Not sure he should be doing handstands, actually.

Well, maybe just one or two, to let the cancer know how much it sucks at being cancer.

Great news krev! Here's to continued success in the battle!

Awesome, Krev! Keep on, uh... braining! Whatever it is that brains do, keep doing it!

Robear wrote:

Awesome, Krev! Keep on, uh... braining! Whatever it is that brains do, keep doing it!

thinking?
i think brains think..

Can we grats 2wice?

Well im gunna.
GRATS again!
Keep on thinking!

[u] Start of 2012 [/u]

First I'd like to give a tip of the fedora to my co-patient LobsterMobster who was much more subtle in coming out here than I :P, he says I've helped him but he's helped me as well. Hell of a journey to be taking with someone but it grants us both someone of very similar circumstance who can 'get it' in a way that others may not. That said I know Lobster and I are certainly not the only Goodjers who have had/have/will have cancer. Godspeed to the lot of you, I'll be in your corners rooting for you as long as I am able.

Chemo update: December's cycle is done, both November and December were a slightly lower dose and apparently it's just the right amount for my body as I breezed through both. The process is not without its continued challenges and various drug induced impairments but I could handle doing this every month for the rest of my life if that's what it takes to keep the stuff at bay.

General update: I decided to go back to school and work in September and successfully made it through the term of both, I'm back at both again for another term starting tomorrow and it's been a great way to keep objective tabs on my mental faculties throughout treatment. Meanwhile the result is I've made more progress in the last 4 months than I had in the previous 3 years combined and it feels great!

Best wishes in the new year fellow Goodjers, may you all find/maintain much happiness and love in 2012 and beyond.

This all sounds great! I know how crazy I get when I have too much time on my hands and I'm not fighting off cancer, just my own demons, so I understand (to a certain extent) how great moving forward can feel.

And this is the first I've picked up on Lobster's situation, so my heart goes out to you too, bud.

Also, peeps, get in on Krev's tagging thread!!!! The holidays are over, no more excuses.

Thank you, kind sir. It's great to hear that you're doing so well, in your treatment and in life.

Talking to Krev has helped me quite a lot. There are parts of this that have been so surreal it would take a poet to adequately describe, yet Krev's known precisely what I'm talking about after a few simple, vague words. Throughout this ordeal, there has been nothing more comforting than a sense that yeah, that's normal.

I haven't been too public with my diagnosis, partially because I tend to deal with things like this privately and because I don't want anyone to feel awkward trying to figure out what to say. Also so none of you wise-asses have the opportunity to nod sagely and remark, "that explains it." I "came out" on the "surprises of 2011" thread, because as far as surprises go, it was a pretty damn big one. It totally killed the thread so sorry about that, was not my intent. Thanks go out to Garion, ClockworkHouse, ZaneRockfist, and everyone else who noticed and sent me well wishes.

Anyway, this is Krev's show so I won't steal his thunder.

LobsterMobster wrote:

Talking to Krev has helped me quite a lot. There are parts of this that have been so surreal it would take a poet to adequately describe, yet Krev's known precisely what I'm talking about after a few simple, vague words. Throughout this ordeal, there has been nothing more comforting than a sense that yeah, that's normal.

I've been dealing with anxiety for, oh, 5 years now and every time I go through a rough period I have a couple of friends who can remind me that, yeah, that's the anxiety and not whatever crazy thing my brain came up with (ie. Sirius beaming a light of knowledge into my head, etc.). Other people are really important during times like those/these.

garion333 wrote:
LobsterMobster wrote:

Talking to Krev has helped me quite a lot. There are parts of this that have been so surreal it would take a poet to adequately describe, yet Krev's known precisely what I'm talking about after a few simple, vague words. Throughout this ordeal, there has been nothing more comforting than a sense that yeah, that's normal.

I've been dealing with anxiety for, oh, 5 years now and every time I go through a rough period I have a couple of friends who can remind me that, yeah, that's the anxiety and not whatever crazy thing my brain came up with (ie. Sirius beaming a light of knowledge into my head, etc.). Other people are really important during times like those/these.

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