Now I know that I will be having a double mastectomy. At least it’s decided.
One of the strange things about this new aspect of my life is actually saying, “I have cancer.” Just weird to say.
All these years and I thought it was weird to say, “I’m a writer.”
What impossible things do you find yourself saying?
9 thoughts on “Saying Something Impossible”
I don’t know what to say. I cannot tick the like box. I don’t like it. Healing thoughts will accompany you from across the ocean and from all your friends who have come to know your beautiful soul through your art and writing. You are strong Marta. It will be tough, but you can do it.
Thank you, Niamh. I know I’ll get through this, and a large part because of the great people in my life near and far.
Well, for one thing, it’s weird to say “I ache for you, my friend, and I want to give you a hug.” Might be weird ’cause we’ve never actually met in person. But it’s true. Healing thoughts, coming your way!
Thank you, Vaughn. You’re a sweetie and I certainly appreciate virtual hugs too.
I had this last year. It was a very hard thing to decide but in the end, after the healing, and after being able to once again raise my arms, I am glad for the decision I made and I think you will be too. I will be thinking about you. Feel free to ask any questions 🙂
Thank you for sharing that with me. I know in the long run, I’ll be fine, but the immediate future just seems impossible.
Imagining the other side is impossible, I agree. I’ll be thinking of you.