After two surgeries and one huge infection I am on the chemo highway and trucking right along. My husband, Bradly, and I have been so very blessed with support and can't say thank you enough. I've always heard that a support system is key when battling something so huge and boy is it ever!
was asked if I had the chance to forget or delete 2010 from my
life, would I? Now, that's not really a fair question because I can't
think of ONE person who would prefer to have cancer. That being said I
wouldn't want to forget about 2010.
Without cancer I wouldn't have had the privilege of meeting some of the most amazing women I've ever met and I mean, in my whole ENTIRE life. I also wouldn't have been given the opportunity to spread the awareness word, go rock climbing, or feel the love and support from those around me. Most of all, having been diagnosed with cancer, I truly understand what it means to live and to really appreciate every single second, breath, and heartbeat that I've been so blessed with. I have also learned to relish the rainy days (they make me happy these days), the snuggles my dog gives me (she was my couch partner when I was down with chemo), and the ability of my husband to make me laugh when all I wanted to do was cry. Having cancer may not be the best way to celebrate life but that's exactly what it made me do.
In 2012 I hope for a cure for cancer. Plain and simple.
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