Dear c

I can’t take credit for this post…I borrowed stole it from a blogging friend over at Mainely Hopeful. It perfectly captures my feelings in this moment.

Dear c,

After a 7 month whirlwind of mammogram, ultrasounds, biopsies, surgeries, heart scan, bone scan, IVF, chemotherapy, radiation, uncertainty, fear and exhaustion I am cutting you loose.

Obviously this relationship was doomed to fail from the beginning.  I never even respected you enough to call you by your favorite title.. “the Big C”. You’re nothing but a little c to me.

I’m over you.  I’m not taking your calls. Oh sure, our mutual friends at the Cancer Center will want to get together periodically and reminisce about our relationship.  I’ll humor them. It’s the least I can do after how hard they fought to get me away from you. Eventually they will grow bored and our visits will be fewer and further between until you will be nothing but a footnote in my book of life.

So long, c. It’s not me, it’s you.

And with that the “heavy” cancer treatment chapter in my life is closed. Hallelujah. Please pass me a martini. 🙂

Blessings,

Lynnea

17 thoughts on “Dear c

  1. Finally you are done with this part!! You deserve to celebrate big time. enjoy the time with your Mom, some fun in Spain and wherever else you can think of to be in a new surrounding. You have been dedicated to your treatment process, now it’s time to heal, recover, and be free of that chain. We celebrate with you. hugs, prayers and blessings to you. You Rock!! love you, Kay xo

  2. wow that is actually amazing! I’m hoping to steal it from you one day 😉 For now cheers!! p.s. I had to laugh at how you describe our Dutch ‘doei’ 🙂

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