Hi! Let me introduce myself. Shortly. I’m 65y.o. female, limo driver, with poor English and computer skills trying to send my message of hope to anyone who wants to read about my battle with cancer and hopping that my blog will help someone, and others will share their stories to.

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  1. Hi there! 🙂
    I’m not sure exactly where you live- in the USA..?
    Anyway, I do a lot of research about the healing propertis about cannabis. Do you have that option in your state..?
    (IF you really are an american, that is)

  2. Read several of your posts after you visited my blog. You’re doing a great job! Fractured English doesn’t matter nor do poor computer skills. You’re doing fine anyway. Keep up your enthusiasm and I will think of you when I also think of two friends of mine who are currently dealing with cancer.

  3. Amazing how far you’ve come in such a short time, clearly proving the power of applying the mind toward leading a fulfilling life, no matter how short or long it is. You didn’t seem to realize how many people were ready to listen to you. Wonderful lessons you’ve shared, full of real wonder.

  4. I’m glad you liked my post!! I understand cancer, having just fought breast cancer. Being bipolar and having many other mental and emotional illness problems, I have had to depend on Jesus to get me through it all. I turned 55 this year and am quite grateful because there was no assurance that I’d live to see that birth date!! God bless you and keep you healthy and happy for many, many more years!! 🙂

  5. This is a really inspiring blog and i really hope it helps lots of people. I had a flatmate who got diagnosed with cancer and has been given the all clear about 2 months ago so i have seen first hand the effects of having treatment and not being able to have the strength to make a cup of tea. I was you the best of luck and will be following your journey. Thank you also for liking a couple of our articles we are only new to wordpress so its nice when people stumble across our blog and like it.

  6. thanks for checking my blog..your story will be inspiration to the world..well,my american friend said me that mother kali cured his rare and severe neurological disorder,so i think you may seek blessings from mother…mother will answer you with miracle….get well soon…bye..

  7. This looks like a very interesting blog, I’ll follow it with interest. It’s funny how the link between bad diet and cancer isn’t very strong in most people’s minds – and many people are completely unaware that malignant tumours start in the body pretty regularly, and are put down by the immune system, which has a plan for dealing with them. So when you get cancer, it’s not a “bolt from the blue” so much as something which has slipped through the immune net. We know that the immune system is very dependent on a good diet, and one of the first things to happen when you eat badly is that you start catching coughs and colds – meaning your immune system is compromised.

    So diet is so important! All the best with your blog and your life, and I look forward to reading more! And thank you for liking my post, as a very new blogger it means a lot when people come visiting.

  8. Such a simple desire and so profound! Thank you for visiting my page and “liking” Remember Mathematics?, Anna! It was a pleasant surprise to cross one another’s path. You have an amazing testimony that is undeniably touching to so many people! Keep on keeping on! Psalm 91. And Happy Birthday to you! 🙂 May you have many more filled with joy and much health! God bless you!

  9. I’m a bit late to this party, but I wanted to say I like your reasoning for this blog. It’s so late now, but I look forward to looking at some of your entries. 😀
    And thanks for liking my latest. 🙂

  10. just flown over a few posts and wanting to send some positive thoughts to you.
    I am a cancer survivor myself. it is 15 years ago now… you do the right thing staying positive. cancer is at minimum half a mental sickness. stay happy and concentrate on things that make and keep you happy!
    thanks for visiting my blog by the way… 🙂
    sure you’ll read more comments of me in the future…

    1. Thanks, it’s good to read your comment. It’s good for us cancer “newbies” to hear things like that!! I haven’t yet mentioned cancer on my blog. . .maybe not ready. . . though inspired by this site (which I just found today) and its commentors.
      Until I find my readiness, I’m not linking my blog, gravatar, etc, to my comments.
      Question (to self): Courage, where art thou? : ) Answer: maybe in my continued reading here. . . maybe in my continued writing of unposted blog pages. . . and maybe in my discussions with a wonderful support person at my Cancer Center!

  11. What’s Taking place i’m new to this, I stumbled upon this I’ve found It
    positively helpful and it has helped me out loads.
    I am hoping to contribute & assist different customers like its helped
    me. Great job.

  12. Thank you for reading my blog – Traveling with Van Hess and liking my entries. I follow you and visit your space often. Next time you are on my blog, click to follow me (didn’t see your profile in my “notifications”) – and you can follow me on Twitter @VanHessTXred. Happy blogging and stay strong. New year for new adventures!

  13. Your story is amazing. I look forward to catching up on all your posts and journey through what seems to be a trial-some time. I’m always looking for inspirational women. Thanks for being one more. And thank you for stopping by my blog and liking my 50 word challenge.

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