When they delivered the news that I supposedly had cancer, I just thought to myself how can that ugly word come out of your mouth about me. That is something that wouldn’t be associated with me. No one in my immediate family dealt with it, none of my closest friends have dealt with it, and it cannot be a part of my world. But the reality of it was, this has become my truth and this is something that I would not wish or pass on to anyone else.
My diagnosis given on July 13th was TNBC. The big bad wolf of all of the BCs… I knew nothing about this because like I said no one in my immediate circle has dealt with this. I did not know if I wanted to even put this out here because I have so many thoughts rushing through my mind. What about my children? But I declared on that day that this would be my fight and this is not for them. This will not be a curse to my blood line. So my children will not have to deal with this nor their children or their children and so on!
It is my fight, so I will be using the full armor that God provides to fight this fight! When things like this happen, it makes you put things into perspective. Life is meant to be lived and enjoyed. Cherish all the moments you have with family and friends. Also I believe this is necessary for my next chapter in my life which is to watch my children grow, strengthen my marriage, definitely strengthen my relationship with God, and to be at peace with things that I have no control of. I thank God every day for his healing and deliverance and for walking with me every step of the way on this journey.