David Everett Fisher

Absurd.

Monthly Archives: September 2014

New Podcast

Theron, Jean, Sharon & I did this podcast last summer. I just got done listening to it and I have to say it’s the best podcast I’ve been apart of. Just a few things to note: Sharon & I have … Continue reading

September 23, 2014 Uncategorized

Red Lights & Gratitude Lists I Don’t Wanna

This is the fourth night I’ve been in the hospital and I might be here tomorrow night as well. They won’t let me out until my white blood cells replenish to a number they think is safe enough, and as … Continue reading

September 21, 2014 introspection, Uncategorized

Beach Fever

Yesterday was the last chemo treatment of the first cycle. This means I’m 1/3 of the way through. Sharon and I were looking forward to going to the beach Thursday night to Sunday night. Nothing but books, puzzles, roku & … Continue reading

September 19, 2014 introspection

How can I put this in a spreadsheet? or My attempt (and failure) of quelling the uncertainty of cancer through lists, outlines, charts and grafts

Guest blogger: Sharon Rivers (Girlfriend)   This is how I remember the blur of events that was Dave’s diagnosis of Stage III testicular cancer and his subsequent five-day hospitalization: (Disclaimer: In the following timeline, some individual’s names have been excluded … Continue reading

September 16, 2014 Guest Blog

Out of the Darkness and into the Wandering Roads

I’ve been out of the hospital two whole days now and stayed at my parents’ house. Tomorrow I go back for another chemotherapy session. It’s almost 8:30 and I’m exhausted. I mean that after I write this I will probably … Continue reading

September 10, 2014 introspection

Discharge

Well it looks like I’ll be leaving the hospital today. I’m just waiting for some take home medications and paperwork. Leaving the hospital just opens up the “what if …” part of the brain. I haven’t felt this much fear … Continue reading

September 8, 2014 introspection

Cancer Sucks

It all started at 2pm while I was at work at Slabtown when I started getting chest pains. At first I thought I had pulled a muscle, but the pain started to intensify and it started to spread around my … Continue reading

September 5, 2014 introspection