You know, so much has happened since then that I hardly think of it anymore. I remember when it haunted every step I took, when everything I did revolved around cancer.
I was really lucky. No chemo, no radiation. Just surgery. And easy surgery at that. It was easy for me, at least.
It's only on anniversaries like this that I take the time to contemplate it and count my blessings. Early detection in the form of a regular exam -- Get Your Pap Smear! -- followed by a team of doctors who moved quickly to intervene and find the best way to cure me. It went like clockwork. Three months from first detection to surgery.
Anyway, I just had to take a moment to remember.
Happy No More Cancer Day!!!
Congrats on your anniversary!
Yes, big hugs for sure.
Congratulations, Sela! One of the things I think is so wonderful about how it was all dealt with was that you moved in the middle of it! I mean, not just house, not just state, not just country! Continent!
But they still moved swiftly to do the right things.
I'm so, so glad they did.
Happy No More Cancer Day, Sela!
What a great celebration! Congratulations!
Thanks, y'all! I had nearly forgotten about it until I saw where I'd written it on my calendar. At the time, you think you'll never forget.
That's terrific! And definately worth celebrating!