Hello Dear Friends. How are you this strange night?
I have been feeling a bit melancholy all day and I was playing on the net and found the following story about a woman Meghan and how she kept a blog called The Bees Knees during her first finding out about her breast cancer until she passed away at which point her husband Adam took over the blog and is making it his mission in her honour to complete her goal list.
Being a cancer survivor from age 13 I found her story fascinating and so very touching. I read it from beginning to end. ┬áI felt like I got to know her and what she offered to the world by telling her story. She blasted through her pain and made it into something she was experiencing the good and the bad. She could have pulled within and could have been angry and resentful yet she shared her story and now her story will help so many people experiencing what she went through. It is very humbling and makes one very grateful for every day on our great Earth.
When I had cancer it was very shameful. The word couldn’t even be spoken . It was called the “C” word for the fear of what was connected to it. We are in a different era now. Meghan shows in her blog that it is a fight and you fight with all you got. I found it amazing that she didn’t waiver from that place of strength. I loved when she said its “my” body and I will show everyone what is involved. Maybe not in those words but in similar words. How so very proud I am to have read her story. It is interesting that through all the pictures graphic or othewise she remains very beautiful and proud.
God Bless you Meghan. Thank you for being you and for sharing your light with us.
Quote for you:
“Do not be afraid of tomorrow; for God is already there.”┬á ~Author Unknown
Until we meet again, SharonNo comments
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