Gratitude Journal

Living an Attitude of Gratitude

Day 940

Today I am thankful:

For a week off from chemo to relax, recharge, and regroup.

For the sense of accomplishment when a difficult task has been completed.

For butterflies – they are back again fluttering all around my yard.


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4 thoughts on “Day 940

  1. I’m so glad you have a week off…it must seem like such an exquisite treat knowing you have this chance to rest.

    We have so many butterflies in our garden this year! Maybe it’s the constant rain we’ve been having, but they seem so much more plentiful than in other years. They are such beautiful symbols of hope and life.

    • Yes, I’m glad for the week off. Then one more cycle and another CT scan. If everything is stable, the plan is to go back to a maintenance schedule but with the Avastin this time.

      I’ve noticed more butterflies since the last big rain even though nothing in my garden is blooming at the moment.

  2. There’s some sort of little bird that’s gathering in my yard. They look for all the world as though they’re migrating, although from whence and to where I can’t say. It’s nice to see the cycles of the larger world going on, while we deal with our own cycles.

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