Wow. I came across your story after reading a little about you on Success Magazine and I’m in awe of how you’ve handled your cancer diagnoses. I felt like I was reading about myself, except I received my diagnoses in 2014. I was diagnosed with her-2 positive breast cancer in 2014 at the age of 31. I said no to chemo and all traditional approaches, and I’ve been on the juicing and organic journey ever since along with other anti-inflammatory supplements I take. It’s been quite a journey filled with so many emotional ups and downs, but I’m still here. My family, friends, prayer and my precious yorkie-poo dog (my only child) keep me moving on the hardest days. And writing is so therapeutic. Actually, since getting cancer I’ve been writing like a maniac. It helps me express some of what I just can’t put into words.
I really admire you and your journey, and I absolutely love your pink hair. Funny, that I’ve considered dying all of my hair pink. 😛 Just wanted to reach out and thank you for being an inspiration. I know it’s probably hard some days to smile and be strong, but I appreciate you keeping your light on in the midst of hardship. Blessings to you girl! Let’s laugh much. Laughter is medicine for the soul. 🙂