Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Reflection

It's hard to believe that 2 YEARS ago this week I first found those lumps in my breast and armpit, not realizing what would be in store for me.  I fought like Hell through 7 rounds of aggressive chemotherapy that knocked me out for days at a time, 5 surgeries, some with extensive recovery, and 22 infusions in the hospital.  Then I fought an expensive and stressful battle to get my children back home where they belong.  And we are all so happy to be together again.

And when I was going through all of these overwhelming moments in my life, I did something that took my vulnerability to the next level.  I started talking to a great guy who had really only seen me with a bald head.  Little did I know then he would turn out to be the man of my dreams.  And we have now been together for one year this week.  I am beyond lucky to have him.

To add to that, I am now back to building my career after 11 years of Mommyhood. And tomorrow I celebrate my 1 month workiversary as the Sales Director for one of Capital Senior Living's Assisted Living properties.  I am loving my new job and coworkers, and I am thrilled that I'm doing something right in line with the things I believe and care about.  They even appreciate and support my writing on health and wellness.  I'll be writing a few articles for the corporate newsletter and some local magazines soon!

It seems that things are falling into place after such a long and tumultuous time.  I have been doing the right things, knowing that they will pay off in the long run.  And I couldn't be happier right now.  I owe that to many, many, MANY of you that helped me along the way and taught me to keep fighting.  I can't thank you all enough for being so wonderful for so long.  I feel like the luckiest woman in the world!

If you haven't seen it, take a look at my Year of Breast Cancer...













At work....tough job

2 comments:

  1. This post is surely a light for many women in weakening fear. I hope many get to read it.

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  2. Hi I saw your video. I'm currently waiting for diagnostic testing. Do you know anyone with pagets diease or a group I can talk to?

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