Maybe, (because I haven’t been at this very long) maybe one of the bigger parts of having cancer is all the testing and waiting that happens. Today, I can honestly say that I am completely comfortable in my diagnosis and was truly ready to go get chemo. But a test has intervened.
That test will involve an appointment and a wait for results. I’ve already lined up a second opinion appointment.
So on this gloriously sunny, flower laden, song bird symphonied, maple leaf verdant day…I’m going to sit outside, talk a walk, maybe buy a replacement hammock so I can swing under the canopy of leaves that covers the back yard.
I feel terrific. I have cancer. Isn’t that funny? When people routinely ask me, “How are you?” I say, “Great!” (Because I feel great, and they don’t really need the long story.) They could find it here if they wanted!
While I wait for the next thing, I am drinking super ionized, super hero water from the health food store, jumping on my mini trampoline, eating very clean and nutritious food, sleeping, staying stress free (yes I have cancer but if you knew me you’d laugh because I really am having fun). I’m also am taking supplements and having acupuncture. Most of all I am praying for Jesus who healed everyone who asked him when he walked this earth, to cover me with His healing power and take away the cancer.
I’m also praying for guidance, for the people I need and the clarity to recognize them when they show up.
In the meantime, I have my NeuroPositive training that continues, blogging, and big family life.
Our dog, Cleo Pan de Sal is afraid of the sound the iron makes when Bud presses the steam button. She hides when the vacuum cleaner runs. She loves to sit on my daughter’s bed and bark out the window.
Our big fat cat, Tux loves to follow Cleo around and stare at her. Then they take off chasing each other.
I have a stack of books to read, and so many ingredients to cook with.
My Mother’s Day flowers are blooming like crazy.