This month has had a lot of emotion for me.
I was ready to share so much of what I learned in the year about treatment, my surgeries, and cold capping.
But when I would start and revisit, it would bring up really bad memories of things I thought I was over and I would put my phone down. (I would literally get nauseous seeing some of it, or remembering chemo)🤮
I want to finish out the second half of this month strong, and share everything that I had originally intended to.
I went through a lot for a reason. I have a voice, and a great platform for keeping the conversation going.
A lot of people think that once someone is done with treatment or surgeries that it's over, and that we're "better".
Truth is, it's a lot harder to get back to my normal life than I thought it would be. I spent a good portion of the last year sick and on a couch, so getting back into normal life has been weird quite honestly.
Today was my chemo-versary and I did a WHOLE lot of indulging in life's good things.
And yup, I'm celebrating every damn milestone in this because I really am truly grateful to be alive! ✌🏼