one of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you

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finner
finner Member Posts: 230 Member
edited March 2014 in Colorectal Cancer #1
Today is the first anniversay of my admission to casualty and all of the resulting turmoil. For some strange reason, I find this uplifting and it allows me to dwell on it all and kind of relive it, which I find very therapeutic.Also, it reminds me of the brilliant support that i had form friends and family and indded of the kindness of strangers. I also feel that it is time to get back to normality, headwise, and the bast part is that I feel really enthusiastic about it. Still have the inoperable liver mets, but I feel healthy and fit and good mentally. Thanks for listening

Byeeee
Margo

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  • kerry
    kerry Member Posts: 1,313 Member
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    Margo,

    Keep fighting. For each year that goes by and I am still here, I rejoice! Live each day to its fullest.

    Kerry
  • chynabear
    chynabear Member Posts: 481 Member
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    kerry said:

    Margo,

    Keep fighting. For each year that goes by and I am still here, I rejoice! Live each day to its fullest.

    Kerry

    Well said, Kerry. Well said.

    Patricia
  • taraHK
    taraHK Member Posts: 1,952 Member
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    I find anniversaries to be a bitter-sweet time. Can be a reminder of when that lightening struck, but also an opportunity to rejoice for life and all we are thankful for. Glad you are feeling so positive - wishing you well.
    Tara