Tuesday, March 22, 2011

wrist band


Test days do not get me as nervous as they used to. Each day that passes, I feel more hopeful for days, weeks, years.

~ You can see the explanation behind this project by going here or see the all posts in this category by going here.


  1. Is this a test you are about to take? Good luck!!

    It's a great macro - the writing is crystal clear, and you managed the reflections well, too. :)

  2. Aha .. I see! I had read this before, but hadn't quite realised that this (as well as many, many other posts) were a part of this project.

    Now I understand what kind of tests, I still say 'good luck!' but with more understanding. I've reached, and passed, my five years and so has my husband. I hope and pray that you do too!

  3. I just came across this today. very very inspiring I must say, Like that you share your story/life thru the eyes of Cancer. My mom is been diagnosed with Cancer back in October and I have become very very close with my over the months. I will continue to read your stories and please email me any time. It helps me understand cancer and be strong for her the more I talk about it as well. My mom is young of 59 and there was a time all she wanted to do was give up on life. Since I have been very supportive and always telling her and showing her my support. Now mom at least want to live. I cannot imagine her not being here. I will keep sending my heart, thoughts and prayers to you. I wish you the best of luck. Cancer is a Horrible thing anyone has to face. God Bless. ~Valarie

  4. Love the thought with this as well as the great picture. It is often true that as we grow to understand things a little more, some of the fear also goes. You are an amazing teacher to the rest of us.