No clue I had cancer!
Suspicious . . .
Last visit before mastectomy . . .
My last days at school before surgery. . .
Refusing to let chemo steal my long hair, so I had it cut off and donated.
After chemo, my hair is starting to fall out.
The patch look . . .
Wearing my wig . . .
The Abby hat look . . .
Chemo day . . .
The closest I believe I came to dying . . .
My first day as a bald woman . . .
Loved through imperfection . . .
The end of AC Chemo . . .
My photo shoot with Jenny . . .
Abraxane chemo . . .
After chemo . . .
Abraxane flush . . .
Stocking cap look . . .
Floppy hat look . . .
Stumble look . . .
Celebrating life with two of my purposes for living it!
A cap, a little hair, a stocking cap . . .
Grey and barely there but the end of chemo day . . .
Out with the family . . .
New color, new look for back to school . . .
Today, let’s change again . . .
Life is constantly changing. I feel like I’ve changed too much lately. I hardly recognize myself. Some days I’m grateful for today and other days, I yearn for the old, seemingly healthy me. Cancer isn’t kind or loving to the body. I’ve paid a pretty hefty price to be in remission. I don’t look the same. My perspective is 100% different. I don’t feel the same. I’m not the same. And that’s okay.
Ecclesiastes 3:11 – He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end.