David Everett Fisher


Monthly Archives: October 2014

Let the Rain Wash the Cancer Away

October 30th will be my last chemo treatment and I can get my PICC out and start taking careless showers. I’m sitting in the dark in my apartment not feeling well and trying to pinpoint what is wrong, but I … Continue reading

October 22, 2014 introspection

Being Helpful in the Time of Empires

I am not an optimistic guy. I don’t see the world and its inhabitants in favorable light. I see the worst in most people. When I meet people for the first time I automatically don’t like them until they do … Continue reading

October 10, 2014 introspection

Losing Slabtown & My Town

For those of you that don’t know, before I was diagnosed with cancer, I was working as a bartender at Slabtown, a rock venue in the Slabtown neighborhood in NW Portland. My plan was to continue to work there after … Continue reading

October 4, 2014 introspection

Turning 38 in the Gravel Pit

I am halfway through chemo – hopefully. This unfortunately the worst it gets. I just spent the last week in a total daze. I couldn’t figure out how to open a bottle of water the other day and I’ve just … Continue reading

October 1, 2014 introspection