Another day at the office
The honeymoon is over. Back from our California road trip. Back to reality.
Don’t get me wrong, Tash and I couldn’t be happier, and our trip couldn’t have been better. I wrote earlier this week in my journal that if our road trip had been the last week of my life, I would’ve died a happy man.
It was as close to absolute perfection as I could imagine.
The sunny beaches and scenic valleys of Santa Barbara; red woods towering above and craggy cliffs plunging below Big Sur; getting lost in the sights and sounds and tastes and smells of The City; the vine covered hills and quiet roads of Sonoma. I couldn’t have asked for more. And to be able to do it all with my best friend, and to come home with a fiancee to top it off…icing on the cake. Continue reading
For as much as we are Team Tyler, I have started to realize in the last several weeks how we are part of a much larger team. As we meet and chat with fellow patients and families in the Blood and Marrow Transplant ward, it becomes evident that our stories often intersect, and we are all rooted in the same fight. I have learned that what we do know, we share, and it is often tremendous help in our personal battles. I have also learned, that as a unified Team against cancer, we really do not know that much. Even small strides in cancer therapy research are giant improvements in our understanding of this disease and treatment. That being said, several people have asked how they can help with Team Tyler, such as donations for our bracelets. I would like to extend an opportunity for us to help with a bigger picture, the war on cancer.