I learned long ago that I could smile through what life brings me, or there is no point in living.
I learned long ago that I have a choice. I didn’t choose cancer, but I got to choose how I reacted to it.
I learned long ago that I can live, or I can wait to die.
And I commend joy, for man has nothing better under the sun but to eat and drink and be joyful, for this will go with him in his toil through the days of his life that God has given him under the sun.
Every three months I have scans to check for cancer progression.
Every three months, I am reminded that I am a cancer patient.
Although I have tolerable, yet uncomfortable, side effects and I visit my oncologist every month; I lead a pretty normal life. I gave up my career, but I keep busy writing my blog and freelancing for local publications. I am so tired that I become one with my couch sometimes, but I manage to care for my home and family as best I can.
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“The Lord gives strength to his people; the Lord blesses his people with peace.”
The last day of 2018. New Year’s Eve.
I put away the Christmas decorations yesterday. In the past, I was always sad when the trees were gone, the garland was removed from the staircase, and the Christmas decor was put back in boxes.
This year was different.
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