Beautiful thoughts from a beautiful person. Whatever you celebrate this season, may it be filled with joy and happiness.
It’s that time of year.. Whether you spend your days wishing people a “Merry Christmas”, “Happy Holidays”, Happy Festivus” or opting not to wish anyone anything, for me, it is a time of reflection of the past year.
This has been one of the most heart wrenching and healing 365 days of my 42 years. I lost my husband. I was diagnosed with Stage 3 Medullary Thyroid cancer. I still may lose my youngest son to a biological mother that he has no knowledge of her existence because she’s been in prison for breaking the bones of his autistic half brother.
I have been given the chance to have my heart stolen by an amazingly beautiful man. I won my 10th fight against cancer. And I am forever hopeful that my son will remain with the family that loves him unconditionally.
I have learned…
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