“Feels like some kind of wild ride but it’s turning out just to be life going absolutely perfectly.”
Every morning, while having my espresso, I view a piece of artwork with the above statement and allow it to resonate in me.
In March 2009, I was diagnosed with stage I ER, PR and HER2-positive breast cancer. I have always been a believer that things happen for a reason. Although certainly at the time, I could think of no good reason why breast cancer and chemotherapy would be on that list. As 2014 began, I was rapidly approaching my 5-year mark and found myself filled with a variety of emotions: joy, sadness, anxiety and fear. (more…)