Tuesday, August 31, 2010

A year ago today, I began my life as a cancer patient. It sucked. And I'm glad its over.

Its been a long time since I posted... I am happy to report that I am cancer free and have completed treatment! It was a really long and difficult journey. The English language is limited in its ability to describe it. And I'd rather not relive it, at least not now.

My hair is growing in and my energy improves everyday! I am able to spend my days with my family and have been cherishing every moment.

I thank everyone for their support and encouragement this past year!

22 comments:

Fabrice Aimetti said...

I'm French. And I silently followed your posts. Bravo for your courage and good healing!

Anonymous said...

Wow! I am so happy to hear you are cancer free. Congratulations. I'm guessing your outlook on life and work and whatever is going to be a bit shifted now... for the better I am sure.

Live each day like it's your last.

Pilotbob

alberto said...

Congrats. Live strong.

Takuan Daikon said...

"I am happy to report that I am cancer free and have completed treatment!"

Excellent!!! I am so happy to hear this!!!

I continue to wish you the very best.

David said...

Fantastic news! Congratulations!
All the best to you and your family.

Object-Oriented Sammy said...

Beautiful news - made my day; very happy for you honey!

Anonymous said...

Congrats

Octoberclub said...

Congratulations on your recovery. Am looking forward to your future posts. You're an inspiration to us all.

Fernando said...

Muchas felicitaciones por ser tan fuerte y por lograr superar esta enfermedad.
Descansa todo lo que puedas porque te lo mereces, comparte con tu familia y amigos y preparate para
disfrutar de mas logros profesionales en un futuro muy muy cercano.

KymberlieBlu said...

it's been a long year for you, and i'm glad that it is over and you are well. i look forward to reading of the exciting things life has in store for you! posivibes from cloud for you and yours--next chapter!

jigs said...

Hi,wunda.
I am gald to read that you won the fight against cancer.Thanks to great god.
Be happy :)

jinesh
http://jignesh259.wordpress.com

Mubshir said...

I'm glad you are fine now. Keep posting good stuff.

Cheers,
Mr.Mubi :)
www.mrmubi.com

Kevin said...

Wunda,

I had a close friend (an ex-fiance actually) who also had a rare childhood cancer that began in her sinuses. Rhabdo-something or other I think like yours. She's in her early 40's. She too survived and became cancer-free this year. She has three children - ages 10, 18 and 20 now. The cancer hit her 2 years ago.


Once she got through it the 'let down' hit her hard. It was like she couldn't give in to the sadness for a year, then finally after she was through it all the bad feelings finally came out.

But now she's living a difficult but inspired life. She's thankful for every day and everyone. Things are difficult because the cancer kicked her butt so hard she's still not back to her old self yet.

I wish you the best. I'm so glad you made it.

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Shiva said...

Great news!!! Wish you and your family the very best.

bayarsaikhan said...

Congrats! Happy to hear. Live strong and happy!

Anonymous said...

I send you my best wishes...

Arttu said...

I just stumbled upon this blog and had to congratulate you for surviving! :)

Jideo said...

Glad to hear you've overcome this very strange thing called cancer. God bless you, and keep you in health.

Jide

Brad Fallon said...

Inspirations don't easily come but you are the greatest survivor of a very difficult journey in life. Congratulations..

Anonymous said...

congratulations,altough i dont have the pleasure to meet you..i feel happy for you and i wish the best for you and your family...

Michael Rozenberg said...

Really happy to read this! Been following your blog since before it started and have hoped you would pull through. Thanks for sharing and inspireing.

/mikey

Anonymous said...

thanks