!In August 2018 I found a lump. I went to the dr immediately but I did not think it would be cancer. I was 39, I had 4 young children. I just started a new job and had bought a house.
Cancer is sitting in the chemo chair feeling like throwing up. It is drains, pain and scars. Cancer is lots of uncomfortable moments. Cancer is searching for a node during a biopsy and just wanting it to be over.
My biggest memories are that cancer is quality time with people. It’s lots of car rides with your mom. Lots of Rummikub. Cancer is slowing down. Cancer is your aunts coming to visit you and playing games and organizing your pantry for you. Cancer is food, so so much yummy food that so many people dropped off! Cancer is your sister visiting more often. It is lots of coloring and chats with friends.
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