Shortest blog post by me ever

Well, I got my tp53 mutation analysis results yesterday, they were negative for mutation. WOOT!!! It was negative last biopsy too, but it’s still nice to have it confirmed. My blood stats are so good, my chromosome test has to be good too. That test result should be in tomorrow or potentially today. If that comes back clean too, I will officially be in remission. However, doc A says I need to be on chemo for 6 more months to hopefully make remission stick for a while.


Things are not going well for the Chronicles Dungeons and Dragons game getting it ready. I have asked the players to not make characters or backstories until session 0. This is because I have some restrictions that will be going on. Session 0 is this Thursday, they didnt have to wait long, however, some players have already made their characters, which will have to be changed, and some have chosen their backstories which I have throw out. I feel bad about mushing backstories that they have worked on, but if they do not fit the narrative, then they can’t be. The narrative is that all the party members were born and raised in Light’s Hope. They have never left Light’s Hope. Light’s Hope is their home. They led perfectly normal lives. I’ve been saying this all along, but am getting wild stories for backgrounds. I’m gonna by adamant at session 0, that I have put a lot of work into this campaign and I will see it happen, with or without them. I do have 1 more player chomping at the bit to get in the game.


Chemo yesterday, chemo today, chemo tomorrow. Dr. Wehbe visit on Thursday. I see a lot of the Clive office of Mission Cancer + Blood (dumb name) this week. It was nice being back at the Clive office, it is much more mellow than downtown. And so much easier to get to.


heh, short short short blog post this morning, just wanted to share my good news and vent my frustrations. so with that done, I guess I will go find a video

Author: Jeff Campbell

I am 50 year old guy, who beat blood cancer but is getting his butt kicked by bone marrow cancer. At this point it appears I am dying. Married and in love with the most wonderful woman in the world (27 years). She has stood by me thru a lot of crap and I love her so.

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