A fifth-grade bully, a blossoming romance, a late-night crash
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Juliet Wittman writes a health column for the Boulder Daily Camera and is currently at work on a novel. She lives with her husband and daughter in Boulder, Colorado.
As the end of my chemotherapy treatments approached, they became more and more difficult to endure. Freedom was so near, I could hardly bear to wait for it another second.
Lying awake in the gray hours of the morning, I heard a hissing little voice, insinuating, familiar, from the depths of my own being. What it was saying, over and over again, was simply, “Metastasis. Metastasisss.”
Robert DeNiro is getting into character. He’s been talking to his agent about doing some kind of working-class movie, something set in the steel mills of Gary, Indiana, or the factories of New Jersey.