breast cancer, Cancer Kitten, Cathleen Kenney, Cathy Kenney, DCIS, Invasive Ductal Carcinoma, young woman with breast cancer
A year ago today, I thought I knew what my future had in store.
A year ago, I stepped into the shower like any other day.
A year ago, my long hair dripped water on knotty pine floors as I ran to get another opinion.
A year ago, someone hugged me, reassured me, and was scared with me.
A year ago, I told myself I was young and healthy and being sick was impossible.
A year ago, I realized I could be dying faster than anyone I knew.
A year ago, I lay awake on my back, wondering what was next, if my life’s assumed trajectory was changing.
A year ago, thankfully, I didn’t know what my future had in store.
John-Ann McArthur said:
A year ago, you were a victim of breast cancer, TODAY YOU ARE A VICTOR!
this gave me goosebumps
Lynda Stromberg said:
But today is not yesterday and you are more alive that before.
Today is not fear and sadness and the darkness is s bore.
You are more than a statistic on a Drs. white board written.
The cancer is in check now and you are one swell awesome
Laurie Bruun said:
A year ago, you did not know how strong you really are
A year ago, you were not aware that so many people love and care for you
A year ago, you did not know that you would find and share humor in the challenges that you were going to face
A year ago, you did not know that you would create hope for so many others because you shared your journey
Amazing, and inspirational. Like everything else about your journey.
Love this post. Thank you for sharing it. What a great post! YAY!