I finished my Chemo December 24th. I never missed a beat of work except while recovering from surgery. I'm working 50+ hours a week and I think of it as just a job. I see life differently but really don't know how to go on this new path post chemo, post cancer, in remission mode. I mean how can I make what happened to me really matter. I don't want work to be my legacy. I've learned that to me it's relationships that matter most but I've never been one who excelled at personal relationships in the past. I'm trying to work on that but that actually means reaching out to others. Only since my diagnosis have I reconnected with my two wonderful sisters. They live in other states and they have there lives and yada yada for a million excuses we have been apart. I have the world greatest sisters who have been by my side during all this craziness. There is no love like the love a sister even after many years away from each other. We cuddle together, drive miles together for coffee in our PJ's, walk hand in hand, cry together, and on and on. They are my strength and my laughter. May be I should do some traveling. Never did that either. Always too busy working. So life goes on but how do you make it count?