Just a dream? Exactly how I felt upon awakening yesterday morning. Two days replenished blood transfusions with no side effects of chemo. Joyous reclaiming my body as the ability to walk and function through out the day.
A good day to enjoy what most take for granted. As each day unveiled obstacles & fears, I’m blessed with a support group guiding me through. At times I felt lost and held my breath for hours as I encountered various obstacles. Unlike Dorothy my journey was real, though I fantasized people around me each served a purpose to benefit me. A friend who’s heart overwhelmingly sheltered my fears.
Amazed by another intolerant to a crisis, beared shoulders to cry on.
Many others hiding their fear, showering me with laughter and love.
There was a young girl awaiting a room at the cancer center, eyes empty and taught facial features.
It was a slow compromise introducing our purpose there…. I handed her my card offering a choice to an open mind on the reality of cancer, and the importance of positivity. I carry great hope she will never feel alone or singled out …. By the wicked disease. We are all walking the road together!
One day Cancer will be swept away.