Me at work in February:
Both of these one-panel comics will be part of my eventual big cancer comic book.
Last night during the thunderstorm I woke up several times to the loud crack of lightening and it was one of those nights where my head just kept spinning. It was also a beautiful storm and sometimes I like that kind of fear from the earth being so big and powerful. Earlier in the day I walked home as big heavy raindrops crashed down on me and it felt glorious.
This is a comic I first sketched out in February, when I had a lot of difficulty sleeping. It was just barely less than two months before my mom died.
Here’s a sneak peek at one of the new mini comics I’ll be bringing to MoCCA Fest 2013:
I’ve been a regular reader of xkcd for quite a while, and while I often don’t understand the math humor ones, I’m a pretty big fan of the comic. This recent one touches me particularly, and I wanted to share.
If anyone has other cancer web-comics, please share them with me. Comics are the best way for me to express and share what I’m going through with my mom’s cancer, and I like to see what other people are doing.
Part 4 takes place about 6 weeks after part 3, when my Aunt Theresa was in town visiting. She came with us for our follow-up MRI after the radio-surgery that took place in part 3.