Saturday was my THREE year cancer free anniversary. Praise God Praise God Praise God ... I am where I am today because of Him. That is one anniversary which a cancer survivor will never forget. I hope when someone tells you how many years of survival they have had, you will be as happy as they are. Unless you have walked the cancer road (and my prayer is that you haven't), you cannot begin to know how much these anniversaries mean. God is good ALL the time. Today I want to take you on a little picture tour of my journey ... beginning with family pictures we had taken in September 2011 after I found out I had bilateral breast cancer.
My hope stone given to me by the nurse navigator at Joan Katz Breast Center. Sheree was the first person I talked to after my diagnosis. She answered all my questions, held my hand as I cried, calmed my fears and slipped this stone in my hand on our parting hug.
After surgery (not pretty)
Up and about
First real clothes after surgery
Four drains/four measuring cups. One of the bulbs at the bottom of each drain that pulls fluid out of surgery site.
Above: Hooked up for the first time to chemo
One section of the Chemo Room
Short and spikey preparing for bald.
BALD is beautiful.
Philippians 4:19 My God shall supply all your needs according to His riches in glory.