• Diana Peters-Curry

Day 152 - 3/10/19

Updated: Jul 8, 2019

Back to work tomorrow!

I know it sounds crazy... And I NEVER thought I would be saying this... But... I'm glad to be back to work tomorrow.

I can honestly say I understand why, if it's possible, cancer patients should continue to work, if they can. It is so easy to get discouraged and focus on worrying when you have nothing to think about, other than your sickness. When you're alone with your thoughts, your mind goes all over the place, and it can land in some very unproductive places. I've been blessed to have a support network that has constantly checked on me... and when my mind did wonder down those unproductive roads, I was reminded to come back to reality.

I also didn't realize how much I was going to miss all of my co-workers. They have been a big part of my life for the last few years, and I really like working with them. Absence has definitely made my heart grow fonder. :)

My goal is to get a good night's sleep and get back on the grind tomorrow. Since I have been very inactive these past few months, I already know it's going to be a bit of a challenge, but I'm so looking forward to it!

"Don’t let loyalty and faithfulness leave you. Bind them on your neck; write them on the tablet of your heart. Then you will find favor and approval in the eyes of God and humanity." (Proverbs 3: 3-4)

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