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GREETINGS FROM THE HIGH PLAINS
Greetings and welcome to Myeloma On The High Plains Two!
If the name sounds familiar its because I used to write a column for the Myeloma Beacon under a heading similar to this new heading. The Beacon ceased to exist back in December 2020. What I am attempting to accomplish here is an extension of my previous columns.
For me, there was and is great joy in writing and communicating with others who are on the Myeloma journey. Previously, I experienced a very real kinship with those that took the time to read the columns and respond. When the Beacon closed down, I found that I missed the connection I felt with others through my column. And so, after months of internal debate and questioning I am attempting to reach out and connect with others in a similar manner that I felt was present through my previous columns.
My goal for this site is to provide value to the reader. Whether you are a Myeloma Survivor, a cancer survivor, or a caregiver to someone who is dealing with this disease, it is my hope that through this site, you can find value in whatever fashion you define. I realize that this is more of a global perspective because I am not sure how all of this will evolve. I am sure that it will evolve and that over time it will find its own level of value.
The only request that I have for the readers is to reach out to others who are on the cancer/myeloma journey and let them know that we are here. I welcome any of your thoughts, suggestions and ideas for the website as we move forward. I am quite certain the changes from this first go-round will be coming. There are a lot of ideas in the works. I hope that you’ll be patient as we progress.
In advance, I thank you for your support and I look forward to seeing how this journey progresses. Take care.