It’s the last month of 2020. It’s hard to believe that this year is almost over. It has felt like the longest year of my life and yet it has flown by. So much has happened I can’t even begin to muddle through it all.Continue reading “December 1st”
It has been a while since I have written a blog post. To be honest, I’m not even sure if I’ll finish this one. I’ve had writers block these last two months and with my parents and Luke’s family here I really just wanted to be present while I had them around.Continue reading “There Are No Words”
I haven’t updated a whole bunch on my blog lately because the CNS phase of treatment was definitely rougher on me than I anticipated.Continue reading “CNS Phase complete!”
A year ago today I graduated from pharmacy school and became Doctor Lindey Coates. It really feels like a whole lifetime has passed since that momentous moment. Continue reading “A Year feels like a Lifetime”
Coming home last night after Luke got admitted was hard. We found out from the MRI yesterday that he has a compression fracture in his lumbar spine and fractures along his pelvis. Continue reading “An Update on Luke and Why Pets are Perfection”
I apologize for not posting any updates in the new year, but Luke and I have been keeping busy! Continue reading “Getting Back to Normal-ish”
This year has been filled with so many emotions. I can’t even believe all the things that happened in the last 365 days. So here is a summary:Continue reading “2018 – The Year of Ups and Downs”
As most of you know, I am pretty obsessed with my cat. I love her almost as much as I love Luke and can easily spend all day snuggling her.
This last year has brought more ups and downs than I could even imagine. So much has happened that sometimes I have to stop and think about it all.
I know many of you come here for Luke updates so I’ll quickly start with that. He is doing so well. His platelets are coming up, his hair is growing in, and aside from some swelling in his feet he looks amazing. I’m so proud of himContinue reading “This is Personal, This is Me”