“You might not like the cards you have been dealt, but you are who you are because of them. You get a bad hand and it’s your choice how you can play it, but I promise if you choose not to fold, you will come out better than you could ever possibly imagine”
I got this best news of my life yesterday!
My grandfather is now cancer free. He had been struggling with cancer now for about 6 years…. The doctors said he only had 5 years left to live.
I basically grew up with my grandparents because my parents were always working. I remember when I first found out that he had cancer… my heart just dropped. After endless amounts of surgery, chemotherapy, scans, blood test, and doctor/ hospital visits this literally makes me so happy, it brings me to tears. Now I don’t want to get too ahead of myself because I know there’s always that return possibility that no one ever wants to talk about but for now [ Remission Period]
I often wonder why people don’t like talking about the bad stuff. There’s always those underlying statements that I feel like people say to themselves but never want to say out loud when they see a person with obvious signs of cancer
I wonder if they look like that because they have cancer
I wonder what kind of cancer they have
Wow, I hope that never happens to anyone I know
It’s just simply amazing how a disease can take over your entire life.