I know I have not posted or replied in awhile, life has definitely been keeping me busy, but I wanted to share with you all that I am still hanging in there and winning the battle over a possible relapse. Till this day I have never asked why me when it comes to having had cancer, I just believe that he knew I would still be okay and just wanted to give me a little detour in my hectic life :) Everyday I am thankful for the family and friends, which include all of you, in my life. I have grown and learned so much in this time, and have had the most amazing love and support from everyone. I look back and actually see my diagnoses as a positive and not necessarly a negative. Dont get me wrong, the chemo sucked and it was scary having to accept the reality that things may not be ok, but thankfully they were and I was given a second chance. It was a wake up call to love and enjoy my life. I know everyday is a blessing and I try to do my best to appreciate each day and pass on something positive. I share my story to everyone and anyone to make them aware that no one is exempt from this horrible disease called cancer and the more you know the better you can be prepared. My biggest dream is to be around when we finally find a cure, and that sooner then later the numbers for survivors will overcome the number of those lost. I will do everything and anything I can to continue to fight the fight that so many have unfortunately lost. I truly believe that is why I was giving a second chance, so that within my prayers, raising funds for the cause, and sharing my knowledge I can make a difference.
For those who celebrate years of remission I am glad to finally join your club, and for those not yet there never lose hope, and never give up. You all have played an important and large role in my recovery that I can not thank you enough for. Although I may not be on here as often as I would like, I still have you all in my thoughts and prayers. I wish you all a great today and a better tommorow.