I’ve been rocking along lately as happy as a lark. I have so many good things in my life right now that yesterday I came up with a whole list of what having lung cancer has meant to me: new friends, new adventures, retirement and the time to enjoy life, the opportunities to serve on meaningful advisory boards and to, hopefully, make a difference for cancer patients one day.
The good and bad days
I celebrate living, every single day. I get up and face days so full that I can’t possibly fit everything in. And, nearly every day, I happily think, “life is good.”