I wanted to add a post to my breast cancer blog but, for some reason I can no longer figure out how to do that! Blogger and Google seem to be linked together now. Adding a post is no longer intuitive. No, I don’t think my brain is turning to mush. They changed something that I’m not willing to puzzle through.
My brain is just fine, thank you! And that’s why I wanted to post to the breast cancer blog! I had a PET/CT scan and everything looks good. I appear to be cancer-free. Cancer-free since the summer of 2010!
Now, I’m racking up some years without cancer. I swoon when I meet someone who was treated for breast cancer 10 or 20 years ago! They’ve had years of life to live after their death sentence was given. So, now I am a ‘long-term’ survivor, too. Woo Hoo!!
Oh, and I had to add a photo:
My absolute favorite time of year! This was taken a few weeks ago on a hike on the Appalachian Trail to see Annapolis Rocks. The view from the rocks was beautiful but I like this view the best. Green Haze = new growth, new life!
love this post Jane. xo
Thanks, Jo! Hope you’re having a lovely Spring…
Wonderful wonderful news! Congratulations to you!!!
GOOD ON YA!
God is good! I am so happy to hear
Life is good…I’m glad for you.
Yay. Such lovely news.
Wonderful news Jane! So happy:)
That is terrific news, Jane!! Enjoy and marvel at the beauty in life!
Best news, Jane! We’re so happy for you and your family ❤
Hooray for you Jane, long term survivor! I’m thrilled!
Yippie! Love you Jane…heck..love ya both!
Awesome! God bless you Jane. I hope that your life is great. I hope that we all can get together and do some fun cool stuff.
Way to go, Jane! I bet that the 6 months of travel were especially helpful in keeping you healthy.
I am so glad to hear this great news! One of my fave people and so I want you in this world for years to come! God bless you today and always!
Thank you to everyone!
This is wonderful to hear! Awesome news!
Congrats and keep racking up those years!
Thanks, Kyle! Happy hiking!
My gosh, I had no idea.
I am glad though to read that you are cancer free. Sincerest best to you.
Thanks, WFFME! The good news was surely welcome. Someday, I hope to have put cancer so far behind me that I rarely think of it.
That’s great news. I wish you a life time more of cancer free years. My wife was diagnosed 3 months after were married but for the last 24 years her biggest challenge has been just living with me. 🙂
I hope you are doing really well. I want you to know, that if it hasn’t already,
the fear does eventually go. 19 years later I am facing treatment for a new
problem, but so far it has been so much easier on my mind. all the best to you as we keep on keeping on.
Thanks, lyondresden! It’s always good to hear from a fellow survivor. I hope your new treatment goes really well! Sending good thoughts to you…