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What I learned from dying; What of those I leave behind?

By Dave Taylor I got a new side table today. Isn’t that exciting?  Well, to me it is. I got a vintage Tulip table designed by Eero Saarinen for Knoll. It’s one you’ve likely seen, just a round white top with a white base shaped like a trumpet bell. It’s a designer piece that brings…

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What I Learned From Dying: I’m going bald fast

So I’m bald, very bald. And I’m going bald at what seems like some kind of world record rate. Just a few weeks ago I had a full head of hair and things were right with the world. Then one day I was drying my hair with a towel and the towel looked like a…

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What I Learned From Dying: Still going

I’m still going, literally and figuratively. I’m still going to New York City later this month, I’m still going to be married to the love of my life Jamie next month and I’m still going, living on despite prognoses to the contrary. Not many believed I’d still be going at all. At my most recent…

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What I Learned From Dying: Feeling better or being better?

I actually had a great week this week. I felt good, I walked taller and I took on some projects. My new chemotherapy appears to have few obvious side effects, other than more nausea on days six and seven, and I’m generally feeling much better on it. Now whether that means I’m actually better or…

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