I keep waiting for my body to feel ‘normal’ again. I think, because I’m a hopeful person, I keep hoping that my body will go back to feeling how it did pre-cancer, pre-surgeries. I’m just about done waiting…. Around 11 months ago my brilliant surgeons went in and removed all of my breast tissue, replacing the undesirable tissue with temporary implants, and eventually permanent implants. Yes, that’s 11 months for me to get used to a new body, a new normal. Yet I still wait. I still can’t hold several yoga postures. Or, if I manage to get into the Continue reading >>
No parent looks forward to their child going into surgery. True, the surgery may be necessary and you may feel in your heart that it’s the right thing to do for your child, but the pure act of going into surgery is a bit unnerving. Each time my son has been wheeled away on the hospital bed, I’ve stood and watched his head grow smaller and smaller as he leaves my side, being carted down the hallway, until finally they turn a corner, out of sight. Last week was no different. It begins the same every time. Doctor’s appointments, followed Continue reading >>
I apologize for the length…. I started out talking about my Healing Team and it took a natural turn into prayer. Stick with it. Future video blogs will be shorter I promise.
I’m overwhelmed with the kindness and love I’ve received since my most recent post. Your comments, emails, texts, even your rituals performed in seeing me as whole and healed are appreciated more than you know. Truly, thank you. As I wrote before, I am honoring myself as whole and healed right from the beginning. Part of that healing has manifested in a 48 hour girl’s trip with one of my closest friends, my mother-in-law. I captured it in photograph form specifically to share with you. (Sorry Tracy, I’m no photographer…this is just me and my iPhone.) We were surrounded with Continue reading >>