Hope this finds who needs to see it! ❤️
So today has been a tsunami of emotions, but all is good.
Here’s what it is: High grade glioma. Don’t Google it even though I know you will. Remember, googling anything medical is scary!
The Dr is waiting for a couple test results to know exactly what type and grade—this will determine the exact treatment to make sure it doesn’t come back.
Sounds like I’ll start treatment in a couple weeks (6 weeks chemo and radiation) I’m sure radiation 5x week and chemo everyday is gonna suck, but I got it.
The Dr encouraged me to focus on a few things and I completely agree: I’m young, healthy, zero effects after surgery, and it’s all out of my head!
The treatment is standard protocol and not abnormal. He mentioned that back in the day they would remove and not do treatment and it came back. This is preventative versus “curing” in my book. I will win and beat this thing’s ass!
This brings me to the lesson of the day: How often do we make something out to be harder than it really is? Maybe, if we want to make a game plan that we actually win we gotta stop setting ourselves up in a deficit?
What’s something small that you could win today? You don’t have to move a mountain to feel like you’ve moved a mountain!
For me, it was letting fear take me over and really feeling it. Understanding that it will pass and be taken over by and a fierce desire to win. I’m not gonna lose this game of life , and I know some days are gonna suck….BUT…isn’t that life?!
I feel like the story is just beginning. Prior to all this mess I had some things to announce. Those things are still going to happen! I look forward to sharing this journey with you all.
I hope you find it useful…it’s useful for me.
Thank you for the continued good vibes! We got this!
Live More. Love More. Wonder More!
How often do we make something out to be harder than it really is? Maybe, if we want to make a game plan that we actually win we gotta stop setting ourselves up in a deficit? ❤️ Live More. Love More. Wonder More!