It has been a very long time since I've been online - outside of a few times here and there - between the repetitive scans, chemotherapy, blood work, etc. As someone who is a cancer survivor (still working on surviving the 2nd bout), I can say that it has been a harrowing experience. As woman who is kind of, sort of a woman, it's hard to put into words what I have had to endure. Ask any woman who has had cancer of the female anatomy. It's both strange and difficult (sometimes downright embarrassing) to talk about it. You feel embarrassed to say that you survived cancer, esp. at the age of 31.
I consider myself lucky in that I get to see another sunrise and sunset every day. I consider myself lucky to have my wife there as support for me. And most importantly, I consider myself lucky to be alive, however broken, to experience what being alive means. And for that, I am extremely thankful.
Now...it's time to get back to the stories. There will be more coming out - I just wasn't
I was going through my large photo collection with my wife yesterday afternoon (cold, wet, rained the entire day- nice day to curl up to some hot tea, watch some TV, and snuggle with my wife); my wife and I were reviewing our last trip up north to our recent visitation to my sister's. It was gorgeous up there! Kind of reminds me of starting new with a fresh, clean slate. There will be other seasonal folders for your review. More to come...
You have very stunning photos, and obviously an eye for them. It was told by a life mentor of mine many years ago, "The perfect photograph does not come from the camera. It comes from the artist." Blessings be. -K