It was my husband who first introduced me to this wonderful saying or should I say lifestyle. I believe he had it written on his MySpace profile (LOL!). It hasn’t been until recently that I have really taken it to heart. The truth is that death is a real fact of life. It will happen. However, many of us aren’t sure when. But, when you face a cancer diagnosis, all-of-the-sudden the truth of your own mortality is that much more real. It becomes raw and can weigh on you like a ton of bricks if you’ll allow it to.
The point of this blog is to reverse that feeling. To feel as though we are living life to the fullest every day. To accomplish goals, relinquish fears, grow deeper in faith, and to forgive and be forgiven. It is my hope that our journey will inspire you to do the same. We are only given one life here on earth, so let’s make it count.
It is good to have an end to journey towards; but it is the journey that matters in the end. - Ursula K. Le Guin