Thursday, December 13, 2012
She is the first of my close friends to get diagnosed after me.
We haven't actually had a chance to hang yet, just talk on phone and text, as she lives in the country, well what I as a city girl call the country. But I really wanted to be there for this.
She is so happy and positive and upbeat I didn't even have a teary moment. It was fun. Then i remember I always had fun at mine too.
I also was able to give her a ton of hats and scarves that I uses, as well as a ton of awesome books.
We drank smoothies from Juiceland and were kind of loud and laughy
I realize today, as I was telling leah tales, that i don't think a single day goes by that I don't have a memory from my time of treatment and recovery, or a thought about having been through it, truly, it's daily. I'm not sad, just noticing that.
BC and AC life - never the same again.
Then on the way home I listened to a podcast with Chris Brogan interviewing Dr. Robert Brooks, who writes about resilience. I appreciate that i have that. and it is a good good thing
Leah, you are awesome, strong, resilient, beautiful and I'm glad we have each other. You inspire me!