It’s been almost 3 months since my last chemotherapy treatment. I feels like yesterday when they stuck that last needle in my hand to inject me with that “poison”. Today I stand here with a smile on my face and hair! Thank you God for your strength.
Sometimes life doesn’t turn out the way you plan and that’s because it’s not what we want but what God plans for our life. There are days when you never think you’ll get through it. You just have to do one thing and that’s trust Him. Never did I think in my whole entire life that I would be bald, I don’t even think I was bald when I was born! Once I lost my hair it was the end of the world for me, but look at me now, 6 months later with a full head of hair and growing! Whatever your going through in life keep your head up because it will get better. : ) #survivor #breastcancer
Fighting cancer and autism one day at a time. #breastcancerawarenessmonth #autismspeaks #pink #blue #mysonismylife
4 months ago the sight of leg hair would’ve made me say,”ugggh I have to shaaave!” but now the sight of leg hair brings a smile to my face. It’s been 4 months since I’ve shaved my legs and I’m kind of excited to do it! Lol You never appreciate the things until it’s gone #chemo #survivor #breastcancer #hair #legs (Taken with Instagram)
Hubby’s fav college supporting #breastcancerawarenessmonth #oregon #ducks #pink #pinkoctober (Taken with Instagram)
This is for my older family and friends, 40 years and older. For the month of October, The Cancer Center at Barnabas Health’s Ambultory Care Center will be giving away these beautiul Pink,White,and Diamo pearl necklacea for FREE with every mammogram. Early Detection can saves lives ladies. And if you are under 40, self examin yourself at least once a month. : ) #breastcancerawareness #pinkoctober #Pinktober (Taken with Instagram)
The amount of exhaustion I go through is insane but 3 more to go! Just siiting back in my recliner chair with my feet up, enjoying this peace and quiet : ) #survivor #breastcancer (Taken with Instagram)
Four more. Four more. All I can say it four more treatments of Taxol and I’m done with chemo! I don’t know how I really feel about that. I know I should be excited and I am but at the same time I’m afraid. Afraid of the constant worrying of recurrence. My oncologist told me that these feeling will be normal for at least 5 years because of remission but after that it should subside and I will have some type of peace of mind. I have faith in my God that this will never return but I am only human and it will stick with me for a while. Four more. Just four more.
Number 8 of 12. The final countdown starts today, 4 more to go! #survivor #breastcancer (Taken with Instagram)