The Diagnosis

Cancer I had his diagnosis. And, once again, one of life’s great truths came to past.  What I came to know, I had always known.  I knew in my heart he must have had cancer. I just had to have a diagnosis. What would I do? The drive home was endless. It was a terribly cloudy day and yet every now and then the sun would break … Read more

The Decision

I have the most wonderful little companion.  A miniature Schnauzer.  Gray with a short white beard, he is my little man.  91 years old in human years, he is failing.  Not only with weight loss and fatigue but with physical signs that I can no longer ignore.  Today, we go to Virginia Tech where I will get a diagnosis and make a decision on what … Read more