I had some thoughts early this morning. Dangerous, I know…
One of my friends/acquaintances on Facebook posted a selfie of herself five years ago when she was diagnosed with cancer, and today when she is cancer-free.
And it made me think.
For all the sad stories, the friends and mothers and sisters we have lost, there are still a lot of survivors out there.
We don’t always bring attention to ourselves, but we are there, right by your side. Working, laughing, crying. Praying the cancer doesn’t come back.
We don’t want flags or parties or, often, acknowledgement. We just want you to know that we survived.
So say “good morning” when you pass us in the hallway at work or walking around the block. Give a compliment to someone’s shirt or shoes or new hair style. Know that for every one we have lost there is someone who is still here fighting the fight.
I told my friend I was proud of her. And I am. We are the lucky ones who are still here and able to make others feel better. And we will always try to do that.
You never know where they’ve been.
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I love this!