First of all big THANKS goes out to everyone who offered parenting advice and reassurance from my last blog entry. I have taken a lot of what was said to heart. I am applying the wisdom I’m gaining. Things are getting a bit easier.
In other news… My damn cold is back! Miss M and I are both sick. Again. Will it ever end?!??
Despite the yucky cold, today was actually a beautiful day. Miss M was in a great mood (I think largely because of the undivided attention from hubby and me all day long). Plus, hubby and I got a few moments to chat and connect – and of course bust some dance moves with Miss M. It was good ol’ fashioned quality family time without stepping foot outside the house.
I also had a tremendous experience today at Harmony Farm. I went for another Reiki session in my quest to naturally and holisitically boost my immune system (so I won’t have any more delays in my treatment and hopefully no more colds either!) My reiki practitioner and I immediately bonded. She too was handed a terminal diagnosis (doctors told her she had 3 months to live) but she said, “No way!” And years later she’s alive and well – thanks to her kick-ass attitude and a whole bunch of holisitic treatments and eastern medicine.
Our reiki session was intense and healing – for both of us. I was amazed at the internal shift I felt energetically when she placed her hands in different positions over my body. Way more intense than any other reiki session I’ve had before. I immediately signed up for more.
I am still determined to explore every possible option to do this naturally. Reiki… Acupuncture… Chinese medicine… (I actually scheduled a session with an acupuncturist and chinese medicine specialist for later this week)… Chiropractic… Guided imagery… Meditation… Vitamins & supplements… Exercise… Diet…
Put it all together and cancer doesn’t stand a chance!
Even when it seems life is backing you into a corner you always have a choice. I cannot control the fact that I have cancer. But I can control how I deal with it. I can choose not to let it ruin my life. I can choose to keep on living in spite of it.
It’s your life. Choose well.
With love, – T