Inspiration Saturday

Spring Snow Storm

On Friday, March 30, 2012, I had my last radiation treatment.  In one year I have undergone countless tests and procedures; three surgeries resulting in the loss of my left breast and associated lymph nodes; six rounds of chemotherapy and 25 radiation treatments.  It is done.  I am now ready to put cancer behind me and get on with my life, with a few battle scars to mark my journey.

Given this joyous occasion, even the spring snow storm that I am facing this morning cannot dampen my spirits.  If you are looking for inspiration on this cold (if you are living in Newfoundland) morning, check out how tough we Canadian women are:

9 thoughts on “Inspiration Saturday

  1. You are a true warrior woman and I know all your family and friends are celebrating with you. You have come through your war with that insidious disease stronger than ever – so what’s a little snowstorm anyway?

  2. The scars only remind of of where we have been and they make us stronger, They do not dictate where we are going. FORWARD.

  3. Yahoo!! So happy your treatments are over and you can move on with the next chapter of your life 🙂

  4. I was out with my brother and small niece yesterday, enjoying the Spring in England. We visited a little souvenir shop, and right in front of me was a fridge magnet saying “A woman is like a tea bag, you never know how strong she is until she gets into hot water”. My brother bought this for me, and I think it is a good motto for all of us cancer sisters. Love and courage, Christina Hatt

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