Handbags, Books...Whatever

Handbags, Books...Whatever (http://www.vickibatman.blogspot.com) is the website of Vicki Batman, sassy writer of sexy and funny fiction. Handbag lover. Avid Jazzerciser. Mahjong player. Yoga practioner. Movie fan. Book devourer. Chocaholic. Best Mom ever. And adores Handsome.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Last Year was Tough. This year is tougher. #cancer #cancersucks #surgery

I'd like all of you to do me a huge favor: Tomorrow, go to Romance Lives Forever on 10/13 at: https://www.rlfblog.com/   .

I'm blogging about Handsome's and my journey through his second surgery to repair his jaw which collapsed last year after radiation he received ten years earlier for base of tongue cancer.

Then I need a second favor: share this post. Our wish is for this post to help someone who might be going through this kind of treatment. 

And while we're at it, a third favor: just give someone you know who is traveling their own cancer journey a "thinking of you."

And finally, for you:


jbiggar said...

Cancer DOES suck. Sending hugs and prayers, Vicki and Handsome

Vicki Batman, sassy writer of sexy and funny fiction, blogger at Handbags, Books...Whatever said...

Thank you, Jacquie!

Sandra Tilley said...

As one of your fellow Roses, I've seen your name on our writer loops. Before that, I'd seen your posts on blogs and I'd seen your books. And over the years, I've read Handsome's posts, too. Sharing Handsome's and your battle with cancer makes you real to me. Your struggles are more enormous than even fiction writers can manufacture. I truly admire your attitude. Thank God for places like MD Anderson. Places of hope. I am so sorry for the pain and suffering you both continue to endure. Cancer touches so many of us. My prayers to you and your family for healing and hope.

Vicki Batman, sassy writer of sexy and funny fiction, blogger at Handbags, Books...Whatever said...

Hi, Sandra! You made me get teary. I talked with a Jazzercise friend this morning about this blog and we decided you just go the journey. Go and whatever comes, you face and go on. Sometimes, we may have struggled, but it never felt like one, especially when we know so many others are fighting with Mother Nature, when we see other patients going through who knows what. He has no pain in the TMJ and that was a blessing from the second journey. Thank you for the prayers. Hugs, vb

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