How can I have terminal cancer and be grateful for it? Sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it? The truth is that it has taught me so much and has made me more appreciative of things I may have taken for granted.
We all wear masks. This is a story about how it is when there is a crack in the mask.
Too many people look back with regrets. Live your life, don't regret it. Make memories that last. Don't wait. Tomorrow never comes.
I am in a very interesting position. I have cancer and I am terminal. Yes, it is. It is amazing to my how many people have preconceived ideas on what a terminal cancer patient should look like. Or for that matter what a cancer patient looks like.
This is my sixth dance with cancer. Sarcoma, rare. Most people assume it is Breast Cancer. I wish. Then I may have had a chance.