thanks for sharing this info. It's such a peculiar dynamic this forum stuff. We don't know one another well and yet, at some level, we visit with each so often we sometimes share such intimate or insightful emotions. I think it's emotionally healthy and helpful to share this info because the support gathered is very valuable to keep a positive outlook.
I too have a couple of these health issues. I've had NH-Lymphoma for about 15 months but I'm in 100% remission (not curable) and have an implanted as well to battle a dangerous arrhythmia with meds and a pm/defib device for last 11 yrs. I get chemo every 2 months to help keep me in remission because eventually (maybe 4-5 yrs) the odds are about even that it could return.
In the meanwhile, I get around pretty well and find fun doing the simpler things. Hope you're having those tasty meals and having laughs, chats with friends and reading good books. Hope you're not in too much pain as I know that bone cancer can be pretty painful. You have my sympathy.
Amazingly, one can get a bit philosophical about it all. When I read the meds reports, the call my 2 conditions 'co-morbidities'. Hey, as you wrote, sooner or later, we all gotta go. The trick is to make your life fun and enjoyable which the time you got left.
I'm rooting for you and for your having the kind of activities you enjoy. Activities such as seeing those pretty sunsets and feeling that gentle breeze is pretty fine.