Jan 30, 2013 - 2:51 pm
I have not posted in such a very long time, to be be honest I forget I had cancer sometimes. Yes it is possible to actually go a few days forgetting that I have been through thell and back and it usually reminds me in a not so kind way when I eat something I shouldn't have and spend way too much time in the bathroom.
I am going to hit the 5 year mark from diagnosis in November of this year and my doctor is looking forward to it. I am still not convinced this is the right date to start the countdown, but who I am to judge?
Life is busy, I am working alot, living my life to the fullest. I have done a complete 180 from the person I was before the word Cancer became a part of my life. I became a traveler, this year my husband I went on a mediterrean cruise for our anniversary and we loved it! I got to meet our favorite spainard Pepe in person, was able to visit Spain, Italy and France, it was amazing.
I took up motorcycle riding this year too. I was a passanger on my hubby's bike for years and decided I wanted to learn, so I am now the proud owner of my very oen Harley Davidson 883L Sportster motorcyle. Yes, I gear up and wera a helmet all the tiime.
I suppose I popped in to say to those that are new to the stuggle or those that are still battling, that there is life after this disaster, hang in there, fight hard and come out the other side with a sense of living the best life that you can.
Cancer can kick you hard but it can give you a gift, the ability to see the world with a new set of eyes. Take a moment and look around.