Things as They Stand Now

3 Nov

 

I have now been fighting cancer for two and a half years.  I’ve become the most-radiated patient my doctors know of (although I do not yet glow in the dark).  My doctors have predicted my imminent death several times, but I have outlived all their predictions.

Even if you have terminal cancer, you don’t know exactly when you are going to die.  You may die earlier than expected or later than expected.  You may even survive long enough for a cure to be discovered.  In the end, how long you end up living is less important than what you do with the life you have left.

I am still fighting hard.  I’m working to take care of myself and stay as healthy as a cancer patient can possibly be.  I’m finding activities to do every day to better myself.

I just can’t give up on life.

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