Lary's Speakeasy

Finding My Voice After Laryngectomy: A Journey of Irony


Hey there, friend! It’s been quite a journey, and I can hardly believe it’s been nearly three years since my laryngectomy. Can you imagine living without a voice box? I sure couldn’t when I first started this journey. Let me take you through a recent appointment with my radiologist, where a twist of irony and […]


Person in doctor's exam room having anexiety

Recently, I had my yearly follow-up appointment with my ENT surgeon. Usually, it’s a simple visit, just saying hello, getting a scope, and going home.

But this time, something strange happened – I felt incredibly anxious for no apparent reason.

Embracing My Uniqueness: From Monster to Unicorn

monster and unicorn

In this journey of self-discovery, my feelings about myself have undergone several stages. You might think it’s just a passing phase and that I’m still the same person, but I beg to differ. I currently see myself as a unicorn, which symbolizes rarity, uniqueness, and being different.

What Are Your Fears?

Person afraid

What really frightens you? I’m not talking about passing worries or temporary jitters. I’m referring to those deep-rooted fears that grip your heart and refuse to let go.

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