July 19, 2016

THE UGLY DUCKLING

Shaving the hair off my head has opened my eyes to the absurdity I have placed on the importance of having a  “Good Hair Day.”  I feel liberated from my own fear of being labeled, sick, by other people.

Having the cancer wreak havoc with my spine I learned to sit quietly in a wheelchair, and now feel normal walking with a cane.  I cherish the road to “healing” when I keep living past my expiration date “miraculous.”

Of course, I would not be alive if it were not for my husband David, and all my friends.  Life is about the people who you love enough to take care of, and vice versa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About maryjudge

I have always lived life to the fullest. I have felt great joy and excruciating pain. I have succeeded and failed many times. Some people called me reckless others courageous. None of the views of others mattered until two years ago when I faced death like a Tuesday evening date. I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Cancer. My life changed the moment the words "You have cancer" was spoken. Now everything I do I am conscious of. Please join me on my blog Stage 4 Living Life to the fullest with Cancer. Or my blog Ruby Moonbean Fantacy and Science Fiction. PEACE

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