Perk # 24: Cancer Has Given Me A Sense Of Entitlement

I dunno, there is just something about fighting cancer that makes you think you are entitled to do whatever you want.  For example, if my 16 year old daughter Kaitlyn, says, “Mom, you can’t park here!”  I say, “But of course I can, honey, I have cancer”.   Although my teen chastises me for this attitude, I have found her on occasion playing the ole cancer card as well: “Sorry my essay is late, Mrs. Smith.  Yesterday was mom’s chemo day.”

Tip:  Hopefully there will only be a short time in your life when you get to play the  cancer card, so why not take advantage? (Example: “Sorry I was speeding officer, I was just on my way to chemotherapy.”)

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2 thoughts on “Perk # 24: Cancer Has Given Me A Sense Of Entitlement

  1. I just LOVE this picture you have posted for this blog and love your spirit and energy. Thank you so much for inviting me to be a part of this experience. You inspire me Florence!

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