Sweet Baby, Sour Cancer

My journey through cancer and pregnancy, twice.

One would think this would be one of my easiest post to write. I don’t even know where to begin. They don’t use the term “cancer free” anymore since there is no guarantee, but what I was told, I will take it. Immediately afterwards I took my mother in law and my parents straight to my favorite local watering hole, South Side Tavern! I needed a drink to celebrate and calm the emotional up-rising inside of me.

I was told today that I am FREE AND CLEAR from ALL DISEASE. I sit here tears streaming and reflect back on the last year.  I cant even believe what has happened. I miraculously had a baby, went through 4 months of chemo while pregnant, 6 surgeries, lost a boob (well worth it) and probably some things that my brain has chosen to forget about. Everything, Everything I have done has lead up to this moment,  this paramount moment. It was almost feeling like this was impossible to achieve… which is probably why I am feeling like such an emotional mess right now. My emotions are all over the board making it really hard to put them into words on paper (or computer screen). Once I can gather all my thoughts up, organize them, I will write more. For now lets just bask in the words of FREE AND CLEAR OF ALL DISEASE!

faith family hope

 

 

4 thoughts on “Checkmate

  1. Robin McDonald says:

    I AM CRYING!! Those are beautiful words to read! I love you!

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  2. Linda says:

    The best words to hear for you , Jodi. I know that all your family and friends
    are sooooo elated about the fantastic news 🙌🏼🤗. Yippee!!!!!!

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  3. Maryam says:

    Grateful to God for all our prayers have been answered. Tears of joy! Looking to the future we must keep the prayer chain going. Great news Jodi.

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