Let me ask you a question, are you like me and feeling that post election exhaustion? Actually, I have been feeling election fatigue for months, but that's another story. Anyway, why not let me help you get back to "normal" life (whatever that is), by hanging out with me on The Doctor Anonymous Show. Ladies Week begins tonight and I'll be in Dallas broadcasting live!
Our guest will be Kat. She is a nurse in a neonatal intensive care unit in the southern part of the United States. We're going to be talking about her with and after Hodgkin's Disease. She is definitely a survivor and you have to tune in for this inspiring story. Kat is the host of the "Llanview Lowdown" on BlogTalkRadio. And, she is also a co-host on "Annie and Burl Live" also on BTR. She is also Warrior Kat on Twitter.
If you do listen live, you can even take part in the chat room. It is truly "The show within the show." You can even call in and say hello. A great opportunity to interact with medbloggers you've only read about. And, you will be able to see me on the live webcam during the show! See you tonight!
For first time Blog Talk Radio listeners:
*Although it is not required to listen to the show, I encourage you to register on the BlogTalkRadio site prior to the show. I think it will make the process easier.
*To get to my show site, click here. As show time gets closer, keep hitting "refresh" on your browser until you see the "Click to Listen" button. Then, of course, press the "Click to Listen" button.
*You can also participate in the live chat room before, during, and after the show. Look for the "Chat Available" button in the upper right hand corner of the page. If you are registered with the BTR site, your registered name and picture will appear in the chat room.
*You can also call into the show. The number is on my show site. I'll start taking calls about halfway into the show. Hope these tips are helpful!
Update: Thanks so much Kat for being on Show 55! Unfortunately, I was having some technical difficulties during the show and we were not able to start the interview until about 30 minutes into the show. I was trying to fill time by sharing my "traveling to Dallas" story. I think I'm used to a lot more bandwidth at home, and the small connection here at the hotel overwhelmed my system and possibly BTR as well. Maybe tomorrow night, I'll hold off on the video stream. Hmm.
Anyway, after we were able to be connected, she told her story of how she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Disease, her treatment course, and, finally, and most importantly, how she overcame the cancer and what she learned from the experience. A very inspiring story. Check it out on the player above and/or click here to download the file.