“Could Be Cancer” | My Testicular Cancer Experience

Laying in bed at home after recovery with a silly expression on my face…though the pain would kick in when I’d bend my waist. Thank goodness for frozen bags of peas.
Selfie taken on the day I was told that it “could be cancer.” I was trying to put on a good face, but I was panicking inside.
Either before or after surgery. I think it was after surgery and I was just trying to be goofy to come off unphased.
Myself and Dr. Davis — the urologist that performed my surgery and saved my life. September 2017.
Collage of images taken before periodic CT scans (the IVs are where they inject the contrast dye ) and the others are getting positive news that I’m still cancer-free.
First picture with my son, Amir — June 5, 2018.

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I’m just a fella chronicling his attempts to live purposefully while finding contentment in the simple things.

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