Never Give Up
Once I was told "You’re much more than a patient. You’re a person with a full life." I guess it's true...
My daily routines...even the little things..can hold comfort as an anchor when cancer rocks my world.Still, I want to be realistic and flexible about it...With chemotherapy, there is one thing that is certain from cycle to cycle: there is always a dance between the predictable and the unpredictable. Which is to say, much of what a patient goes through can be anticipated, but there is always the possibility of a subtle or surprising change.
My last 17 chemo cycle was yesterday WOOHOO!! was pretty close to normal, but I started feeling crappy a day early and finished feeling crappy a day early, all more or less. It improved that weekend, because I was more active and felt better by Saturday. I like that as a trend and hope that this weekend is quickly cleared up — especially because next Monday has my Fiji Trip clearly written on the calendar?. This is a precedent I can get behind. However, rather than having me feeling crappy a day early, I barely felt crappy at all. It is certainly enough to give me pause. But there may be a very obvious reason for why I’m feeling better (or at least less ill) this time around.
God's word stands sure: He has brought healing from heaven to the world, and it's available for anyone who would believe!
Hi friends and family,
I'm taking on the Bridge to 2030: Brisbane as I'm inspired to help National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) reach their goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030!
NBCF is Australia’s leading national body funding game-changing breast cancer research with money solely donated by the Australia public, they receive no government funding. So that is why I am committed to helping them raise funds for game-changing research to stop deaths from breast cancer.
So please help me to spread the word by sharing my page with your friends and family and create a better tomorrow for those impacted by breast cancer.
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