What A Cancer Diagnosis, a Crane of the Neck and a Disney Movie Have in Common

Up. Looking Up.

Asperatus clouds over New Zealand. Image Credit & Copyright: Witta Priester (photo from NASA).

A family member of mine has been given 2 years to live.

His insides are riddled with cancer, setting up camp in a large majority of his main organs for a 2 year tenancy. The cancer is lucky to get to call such a good man its home.

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I imagine in a parallel universe I might be a caricaturist or a botanist or somewhere asleep on the moon — but here, I am a writer.

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Emily Wilcox

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I imagine in a parallel universe I might be a caricaturist or a botanist or somewhere asleep on the moon — but here, I am a writer.

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