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Happy 3 year cancerversary to me!

There is much to celebrate 3 years (tomorrow officially) after my initial diagnosis! First of all I am still alive and actually thriving right now, a true miracle and gift thanks to the clinical trial I started at the end of January this year! Well at least a partial thanks goes to the science in the form of pills that I have been taking twice a day, I have to give credit to my western medical team, friends and family (especially my husband Charles), alternative healers and energy medicine, herbs and supplements, my dogs, 90 Day Fiancé, blind luck and me (queue music signaling me to get off of the stage.) Seriously though, I am so fortunate to be surrounded by such an amazing wall of support, magic and knowledge, I can’t imagine doing this alone and I honestly don’t want to.

Last year at this time I was just getting my head above choppy water that I was barely able to tread after a slew of surgeries and hospital stays. I like now a lot better, so does my butt, you don’t know what a gift sitting on your bum is until you can’t.

Charles made another video to commemorate the anniversary of when we started this adventure which so happens to be our 33rd dating anniversary…The universe definitely has a whacky sense of humor.

I still hope one day to add another anniversary, perhaps one that has to do with remission but right now that’s just a dream, only more attainable than it used to be.


Until next time ❤️

P.S. Here’s the video Charles made, I forget just how much of a roller coaster we were on last year. He did such a great job…Not to be too smushy and gross but between you and me I love him so much.


https://youtu.be/ApmONmL4784

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