Every day my life surprises me, just
like my cancer diagnosis surprised me...
October is breast cancer awareness month and the theme
for this year is, “No one should face breast cancer alone,”
it serves as a reminder for providers to consider the many
ways they can partner with patients and families in the
prevention, detection, and treatment of breast cancer.
This week I have a few doctors appointments. Nothing
critical, just rechecks. I still have not gotten used to going to so
many doctors. I have to say being "sick" sure ain't a walk in the park.
I am only doing routine stuff, whereas others are fighting for their lives.
Cancer survivors have many things in common one big one being:
you have to be willing to give up the life you planned, and instead, greet
the life that is waiting for you. Again I have been fortunate in life.
As the new week begins, we are settling in (once again) at home.
I am busy most of the time, but when my mind stops and wanders, it
goes to Branson. I'm sure it will be this way for a while, especially
to my wildlife and some of my friends at Almost Home.
Life goes on, and one should look ahead and not backward...