I wanted to share with you all some of the magnificent natural beauty I was able to experience yesterday in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It was an all day long adventure, and today I was exhausted, but well worth all of the time and effort. I was fortunate to have been with a group of ladies and one gentleman who is a professional photographer and captured some amazing pictures.
Myrtle Point, cloudy at times, but beautiful day, Hiked 13.5 miles, tired and sore, but thrilled to have made the trip !
DOB: June 1943. Diagnosed Feb. 2010, Stage I myeloma with only symptom, anemia. In Oct. 2014, coming up on FIVE YEARS, still only that one symptom! No pain. No lifestyle changes except diet. Eat strict diet and take anti-cancer supplements, vitamins and herbs. NO CHEMO EVER!
Only two months after being separated from my husband of 10 years I was diagnosed with TNBC. After a BMX and chemo the thought of meeting someone to date was the furthest thing from my mind until now. It is 3 years from my last chemo treatment and I was recently contacted by an old acquaintance from high school.
Here we are newly dating. Life is good :)
Today was an unusually warm beautiful October day, and I took full advantage of it. So blessed to be feeling good and able to get out and enjoy it. Hiked for 3 hours. Getting ready for a trip to the Smokies. I will share pictures from that hike soon :)
Though I know how blessed I am to have survived ovarian cancer, I can't shake the sadness, fear, and depression. My only escape is sleep. I'm not afraid to go out, I just don't want to. I don't think people understand me. I was diagnosed on March 3, 2014. I've never been so depressed.
Big hi to all cancer survivors :
Best wishes to all of you for a healthy life full of happiness .
Dear all :
I'M 50 years old male . Had a thayroidectomy on 5/28/2014 really happy to join the community of cancer survivors .