Hash Hags interview 11/12/2012

November 12th, 2012 § 3 comments

I had the honor of being interviewed by Julie Klam, Ann Leary, and Laura Zigman today on their radio show “Hash Hags.” I’m such a fan of the show and of these three authors; I always save the podcast to listen to while I fold laundry because it makes mundane tasks more fun. The truth of the matter is that I have a lot to say, which I guess is how I have written over 120,000 tweets. I think I will always be talking, sharing, asking, listening.

I really enjoyed being interviewed but of course I’m now kicking myself thinking of all of the things I wanted to say and didn’t. And of course, I love to talk about non-cancer things too.

Unfortunately, subjects like friendship during illness (especially relevant given Julie’s new book Friendkeeping) and how to help children deal with a parent’s illness just were too big to get to today. I also plan to write about these subjects more in the weeks ahead. Also, I will be writing about friendship and hope to get Julie here for a Q&A too.

If you’d like to listen to Hash Hags, click here.



Tuesday I’ll be at Sloan Kettering to meet with my oncologist there to talk about how I’m doing on chemo, side effects, and the plan for the next month. I’m midway through the third round and doing well. I felt really good today and am glad for that.

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§ 3 Responses to Hash Hags interview 11/12/2012"

  • Lisa,
    The Hash Hags interview is well worth the listen. Your voice, whether spoken or written, is much appreciated. Thank you. Onward–one day a time.

  • And I should proof-read a little closer–one day AT a time.

  • kcecelia says:

    Wonderful post and Hash Hags show; maybe you could do a Hash Hags Part II to cover some of the other things you wanted to mention. I’m reading Julie’s Friendkeeping now—I ordered a signed copy from Word Brooklyn—and there’s so much the Hash Hags, or you and Julie, could cover that would be entertaining to hear; Julie’s book already has a lot that speaks to my life. I’m looking forward to your future posts, and am glad that today was a good day. Love to you, my dear. Thinking of you each day; missing you when you’re not on Twitter. xo.

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