• Diana Peters-Curry

Day 133 - 2/19/19

Updated: May 13, 2019

Day 1 after the last chemo treatment :)


The excitement is still there… The side-effects haven’t begun yet, but knowing this is the last time for this cycle is amazing! As crazy as it sounds, I’m actually looking forward to the side-effects beginning. This is because I know that this will be the last time I have to go through this side-effect cycle.


Aside from my eagerness, I begin my regimen… steroids… nausea medication… fluids… rest…


Although I rest for the majority of the day, the celebration continues in my mind. This has been quite a journey for me. I have learned so much about cancer, my body, the people around me... and myself. I refuse to look at any of this in a negative point of view. From the beginning I chose not to let this diagnosis define me. My goal has been to define the diagnosis through my faith. Through God's grace I have made it through the chemo treatment. His grace will keep through the remainder of the treatment plan... And for that, I give God praise.


"O clap your hands, all you people; Shout to God with the voice of triumph and songs of joy." Psalm 47: 1 (AMP)


Day 135:

https://www.healingthroughfaith.com/blog/day-135-2-21-19


#mybreastcancerjourney2019 #breastcancer #lastchemotreatment #godsgrace #cancerdoesntdefineme

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