F&$% Cancer! I know it's a bit vulgar, but I say it with sooo much pride and excitement. Because now something that started out as a phrase said with anguish, now represents the end of a chapter in my life I will NEVER forget. As I write this, I have just completed my final cancer treatment, and my heart is filled with gratitude. I remember the first day I was headed into chemo, my heart was pounding and my body was filled with anxiety as I waited to go into my first treatment. I was terrified, I didn't know what this journey had in store for me and what the final outcome would be. But while fearful, I was also ready to fight for my life, and motivation to live fueled me to the end.
As I reflect back on the journey and all of the ups and downs I experienced last year, I can't help but feel grateful for the growth, the experience, and the evolution. God has granted me a second opportunity to live in my purpose and follow my passion.
I say all this to say, to God be the Glory. Love the life you live and live the life you love.