Hoping you're all in the best and happiest place you can be.
Something prompted me to write this post today so here goes. When I was diagnosed with stage 4 ovarian cancer last July (day before my 50th birthday even) I was naturally devastated and for weeks found it very hard to find a way to get through. Since then have had chemo which has greatly improved my symptoms but I still have cancer as at the moment due to the bits on my liver surgery isn't currently possible (though am currently seeking a 2nd opinion on this) - But despite all this happening I can see many positives have come about, amongst the negatives, namely an appreciation for life and people and desire to enjoy every moment I can and forget the trivia, the meaningless things that I used to stress about that really just aren't important. The other big thing is this journey led me to finally publish the manuscript I'd sat with for some time before diagnosis - worried it wasn't good enough, worried about people's reactions. This month my book is being published! I may never have done this if I hadn't had this shock and trauma. So if there's something you've always wanted to do and you feel you CAN, why not do it? Should anyone be even remotely interested in the book feel free to pm me!
Love to you all,