There is nothing funny about cancer.
I thought starting a blog with humor would help lighten the overwhelming heavy weight this dreadful disease inflicts upon the body and mind.
I must have been kidding myself.
After a while it dawned on me.
I was not laughing at anything that happened during the course of cancer, nor was I laughing reading about it.
If anything, it brought back memories I’d rather have forgotten.
So then I came to the wise conclusion: the heck with blogging.
I don’t care how funny some incidents may appear, I am done with it.
No longer want to think about it or relive the past year.
Emotional scars left behind .
Huge bills from hospital and doctors.
Really not very funny.
Clothing not fitting the way they use to.
Not at all funny.
Too tired to get out the bed most days.
Not even close to being funny.
But just when I was ready to throw in the towel, I received an email from a fellow blogger named Ashley about how my positive post helped her .
After reading her posts, I was touched by her raw emotions and how, after waiting 2 years, she mustered the courage to finally start a blog in hopes of helping others.
I was touched by this young woman’s outreach and honesty.
She helped me to realize that sharing can be healing.
And so I promised her to dedicate the next blog to her.
Cheers to all my fellow bloggers for a positive, successful, and healthy New Year .