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Reflections on a Cancerversary

Today is my fourth cancerversary.  Four years ago–May 10, 2011–I first heard a confirmed diagnosis of lung cancer.  On cancerversaries I review events of the past year and assess how I’ve spent my time.  I’m not looking to pat myself on the back for my accomplishments, or check locations off a travel list.  I’m looking to see if I stayed focused on what means the most to me, and whether I need to adjust my priorities.  My time is too precious to waste… continue reading 

2 thoughts on “Reflections on a Cancerversary

  1. Congratulations! I’m just starting my journey so reading about yours is helpful, especially your view of life now. It closely mirrors mine. I look forward to learning from you.

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