Thursday, July 8, 2010

Two Years!

Two years ago today, I was diagnosed with Invasive Ductal Carcinoma of the left breast.  It was definitely a day that changed my so many ways!  I am so thankful to God for every single day.  It's interesting to me that I can sincerely call this experience a BLESSING!  Who'd a thunk it?

I will be forever grateful to my family and friends who rallied around Parish family who prayed endlessly (and are still praying) my online friends who have shown support in ways that I NEVER would have the doctors, nurses, technologists and researchers who made my treatment possible and who allowed me the opportunity to have the BEST TREATMENT available....and most all those women who have gone before me...who fought the good fight with dignity....for those who won their battle..and those that didn't.

My life has been forever changed.  For the rest of my days on this earth, I will view everything from eyes with a "special" set of glasses.


Anonymous said...

Hi Nancy,
i so understand. Dave and I don't take anything for granted any more.
God is good.

scmom (Barbara) said...

So glad you're still here and grateful for your unique view of life!

Anonymous said...

God Bless you x

Frizzy and Bird said...

What a beautiful post. As soon as I saw the title I knew you must be posting about this wonderful anniversary. "Wonderful" being that you're a survivor of something so terrifying. Hugs to you my friend.

Therese said...

How absolutely wonderful, dear friend! You are such an inspiration to me!

Barb, sfo said...

Good for you! Congratulations on your 2 years and may you have many more happy and healthy years ahead.

Owner of Homeschool Faith and Family Life Website said...

Amen and Praise the Lord!
So happy to REJOICE with you!
Thankful for each day that God has allowed us to be friends:)
Praying that you will have a long, joyful life upon this earth:)

And THANKS! My book came yesterday!
We can't put it down!

Angie @ Many Little Blessings said...

What a blessing that you have taken that day and turned it around. God bless you!