Happy as Castanets

Direct translation from the Spanish.  That´s how I feel, since a week ago, when the results of a scan showed me to be almost free of cancer: breast cancer, which left me a one-tit wonder eleven or twelve years ago, came back in my lungs and bones – and now it´s nearly gone!  Whether it´s because I´ve been so successful at enjoying every day, or because of the food full of life energy I´ve been eating, or the pill (Loxifan) that I´ve been taking daily (my kind doctor attributes miraculous powers to this) – I imagine it´s a combination of all three – spirit, food, and scientific research.
I´m going to carry on living each day as if it were my last, whilst taking great care crossing the road to make sure it isn´t!
I hope this encourages people who may be in the same boat: I got an enormous amount of help at the start of the process from reading Anita Moorjani´s “Dying to be Me”, which took away the fear of dying.

Author: spanglishrose

love my life in Gijón, Asturias, Spain, in the slow lane, but connected to the world through the marvel of technology

4 thoughts on “Happy as Castanets”

    1. Thank you! writing as someone who only manages to get out 1% of the 10% of the 100% that´s churning away in there, I really appreciate your comment! Thanks for digging about in the obscure corner which is my blog!

  1. So happy to hear this Rose! Hope you are well and hope I can visit you again at some point. Would be great to see you again. lots of hugs.

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