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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

I'm Back!!!



A little over a year ago I made what I thought would be my last blog post. I have come back to this blog time and time again and read through my postings, sometimes not believing that what I read is MY journey. It seems unreal to think that almost two years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. Wow. I continue to receive emails from women who are somehow led to my blog and are inspired. What a blessing they are to me knowing that my blog continues to serve the purpose I intended. With each new email I have often wondered if perhaps I should begin blogging again. Why not continue to offer a message of hope? There are so many wonderful things I could share since completing my journey. So...here I am. Renewed and Refreshed. I hope all of you who joined me on my journey with breast cancer will now join me in the journey of life. I am so excited for all that God has planned and how He will continue to use my blog to bring hope to others. God Bless!!

2 comments:

*Erica* said...

Welcome back!! I am, thankfully, one of those women who googled "Siteman Cancer Center" and "breast cancer" and found your blog. As soon as I started reading, and found out you were about my age, a young wife and mother with a family to raise, a sister in Christ, and that you lived just 2 hrs from me(!!) I knew God had guided me to you. And I have no doubt there are countless other women that are going to be uplifted by finding your blog and reading about your fight and your survival.

Thank you for your friendship, and your encouragement over the last year and a half. It has meant more to me than you will ever know. I hate that our bond is over something such as breast cancer, but I know that it has brought us an enormous amount of faith and a friendship that I cherish so much. We will be planning summer vacays when we're old and gray. Love you friend;-) God bless.

Andi said...

Glad you are back to blogging. I look forward to reading your posts. God bless Mel