Hi Friends, 03 April 2018
There are things and situations that comes to us, out of our control and not our choices in life. But what to do?!
Accept and learn how to live with it and take control of how we feel about it. In 1997, my French Oncologist told me, that I have ET and JAK2 mutation. I was shocked!!
I realized, that there are much more painful diseases in life. So I learned how to deal with my low-pain ET. I still live a normal life. Though I feel always tired, I go on with my daily chores. I still say my daily prayers for others, who have more painful life than I do.
I continue having monologue in my mind, what I dream of doing and dream of places, I still want to visit. I keep on writing and adding more to my bucket list.
Last week, 30.03.18, I and Ralph, rode the Brisbane Eye, the tall Ferris Wheel, planted on the South Bank of Brisbane City. That was one sweet memory with my husband.
I started walking with him and hike on some small hills around our home in Sunshine City, Queensland.
Life is still worth living, even with invisible ET inside my body. Oneday, I'll go back to my true form as energy, as spirit and as a true child of my Creator...
Lis Manuel (firstname.lastname@example.org)