I have never seen such cancerous hysteria as the very fake news over ending Net Neutrality. #movingUSforward 🇺🇸
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Alla kan vara lucia! Ebba, 9, är nog årets viktigaste. Hon har leukemi och är lucia i Barncancerfondens kampanj. “Man ser att Ebba försöker förmedla känslan av hopp”, säger hennes mamma Helena. I sin roll som lucia har Ebba medverkat i reklamutskick, ett evenemang på Hötorget i Stockholm, och i en reklamfilm som sänds på tv och på bio.
Didn’t @bbri_miller look absolutely stunning during her last chemo day in October? 👏🏽Btw, this top is the COMFIEST. No joke!
¡Nos volveremos a ver en la selva ecuatoriana!
¡De recorrerla en bicicleta a correrla el próximo mayo en la @petzltrailplus por el increíble paraje que es Baños de Agua Santa y el Volcán Tungurahua!
We will see each other in Ecuadorian rainforest!
From riding it to running it next May at the @petzltrailplus through the amazing place which is Baños de Agua Santa and Tungurahua's Volcano!
▪H O O P▪"Hallo, met Daisy." Aan de andere kant klinkt de stem van de reaserch verpleegkundige, "Ik mag je goed nieuws brengen, de uitslagen zijn tot nu toe allemaal goed. Als de scan geen bijzonderheden heeft mag je volgende week beginnen met het experiment." Na een aantal opties afgevinkt te hebben, ben ik zo dankbaar dat ik mee mag doen. 8 mensen in NL morgen mee doen... zal dit HET zijn wat mijn leven gaat redden?
Every year I buy an ornament(s) to sum up that year. One big thing for that in my mind that year represents. This year, it was obviously a no brainer. I ordered the ornament and put it on the front of the tree. “Isn’t it a little gaudy?” I asked. “Shouldn’t it be?” D replied. He’s right. It’s something to be proud of. •
But that’s big picture, right? The title of survivor. I thank God everyday for the opportunity and privilege to be a survivor - but there were so many days along this journey, and to this day, that it’s hard to see the big picture. Sometimes the hurt, pain, scars, PTSD, and lost opportunities seem to be bigger than the “big picture.” When you lose sight of the big picture it’s a lonely and dark place to be. I should know - I’ve set up camp there lately. •
I was talking to a friend last week and told her that in the year 2017 alone I’ve had 5 surgeries and acquired 9 new scars. That was the big picture in my head. She looked at me for a moment and then told me she had been studying the significance and importance of numbers. 5? That’s the number of perfect grace. And 9? That’s the number of completion. •
Even when I lose sight of the big picture, God is still there. He’s always there. He shows up in big ways, and he shows up in the details. The grains of sand that ground me, the tide that reminds me to ebb and flow, the ever growing hair on my head, and every scar on my body - He’s always showed up, sometimes you just have to look at the details. •
• “You know me better than I know myself, Your ways are higher than anything else
You have the plan far beyond all my wildest dreams. Just like You paint the fiery skies, You chose the color of my eyes. From the start until the end of time- You're in the details.”
“On the third day of the holidays, #StupidCancer gave to me an event called @CancerCon where I can meet people just like me.”
On day three we hear from our friend and 18-year-old ovarian cancer survivor, @calybev. Thank you, Caly, for being a part of #CancerCon last year and for your constant support of the young adult cancer movement.
If you can, please consider donating an extra $10 in honor of our 10th anniversary. Your support will help us fund the next decade of critical and life-changing programs and services for the young adult cancer community. https://stpdcn.cr/hbdstupidcancer
Wishing you and yours Happy Holidays whilst raising money to support cancer research @americancancersociety and rockin’ out with @kroq at Almost Acoustic Christmas #KROQXMAS . ❣️🎄🎪☃️♦️🤶🏻🎅🏻❄️
I avoid posting personal issues on social media, but I hope this can bring some positivity to someone who may need it. A little less than a year ago I was informed my dad had a "very aggressive, nasty form of cancer" (doctor's words). I was devastated and had to wrap my head around the fact that he may not make it to this Christmas and almost definitely not the Christmas after. Que his struggle beginning along me pretending I was much stronger than I was. Fast forward to a couple days ago. Dad called, excited and told me: "everything went better than expected, it's all gone as of right now!" Per his doctor, the worst is behind him and the future looks great. I couldn't have asked for a better Christmas gift. Above is my dad's reaction to experiencing Snapchat filters for the first time. He's my top dog so this one seemed fitting. Finally, If you're going through this situation or something similar and need anything, contact me. If nothing else I can empathize.
No relationship is all sunshine, but two people can share one umbrella and survive the storm together ❤️ We have weathered many storms with it all holding strong thru our Love.
We share our journey of laughs, fun, tears, and fears. Unedited and raw.
We might not be everyone's cup of tea. We just hope to spread a little inspiration, love and of course laughs😁
another 17th without you here to fake-surprise me with sunflowers. we say it’s a fake surprise because it came every single month but you know, given the whole brain cancer thing and all, i still think you are the cutest ever for never forgetting. except that one time you got to pick a bbq place after radiation and completely forgot about me... i guess you get a pass 🙄. not a single place in town had sunflowers so i got myself a dozen roses (for you, for me, lol.) i picked this color because it kind of goes with the shoes i wore today... i know you’d be happy with that. koabear and i miss you! thương anh. ❤️🌻 #HuyGotMe#FuckCancer#IDontEvenLikeBBQ (unless it’s kbbq 😂)
It all started 7 years ago. One random day my daughter Ariel returned from school happy, playful, running around, BUT, looking a bit pale than the usual (at that time 4 years old ) next thing you know, couple days after she was admitted in the Children’s Hospital of Orange County, not talking, not walking and diagnosed with Cancer. From one day to the next, my husband and I had a 180 degree change in our lives. ❤️
We use to live 24 hours a day 7 days a week in the Hospital; we had a daily Pijama Party, it all took place in the 3 floor Oncology department. We had good days and bad days.
Bad days were the most common. Chemotheraphy was my third language,
I lived through the most highlighted 3 years of my life. Yes 3 long years, that’s exactly how long her treatment lasted. So they say “ you never know how strong you are until being strong is the ONLY option you have left” and yes, so true. I was so damn strong! Giving up was never an option for me.. ❤️
Yes we lost everything, at least that’s what we thought in that moment, we lost our jobs, our home, our tranquility, financially we were at our worst. We had nothing “material like”, but we had each other. We never lost hope; because we understood and strongly believed that miracles dwell in the invisible. We knew and had faith that everything was going to be ok. I kept reminding myself; “Embrace the struggle and let it make you stronger. This wont last forever.” My faith was bigger than my fear.
Yes I was allowed to scream, cry, but never to give up, and so I never did. We never did. ❤️
It was a long processes, we took it one day at a time and as strange as it may seem, we looked at the bright side of it all, and lived through the journey with our heads up high and a positive mind.
I was exactly were I was supposed to be, to learn what I needed to learn. One of the most important things I learned, is to be obsessively grateful. ❤️ And so today I look back and remind myself that gratitude turns what we have into enough.
Ariel will be in her 5 year remission next month. She’s amazing, one of a kind. She’s full of life, love, happiness, and her heart is so uncomparable. (READ BELOW ⬇️⬇️)
RYKER. My angel keeps sending me gifts☺️ I am surrounded by wonderful people that loved my boy Ryker so much. I was just at his vet for Lokey’s annual checkup & our friend Janet @jansun50 told me she found something & wanted to show me. Being back there reminded me of how much time Ryk & I were spending there his last year, it was a hard day for me & I was feeling sad. Janet shows me a picture of Ryk, she had taken either in the summer of ‘15 or ‘16 (based on the way I’m dressed) to send to her friend so she could show her our gorgeous boy! I can’t believe I keep getting these gifts, I feel so blessed that Ryker keeps sending me these messages. Thank you Janet, you will never understand how much this picture means to me. Ryker and I love ya😘💋 you are one very special lady. To all of you at Browns Point Veterinary Clinic, you are the best! 😇 #angelsendingsigns#rainbowbridge#8 .4.08~11.14.16🌈#heartbreak#ryker4ever#wemissourboy#ryker#heartdog#dogs#rykersreasoning#rykertheshiloh#fuckcancer#shilohshepherd#solaceshilohshepherd#shilohshepherdsofinstagram#loveyouforever#untilwemeetagain#shepherd#dogsofig#mrhandsome#instadog#dogsofinstaworld#dogsofinstagram ................ 🐾🐶❤️🐾🐶❤️🐾🐶❤️🐾🐶 Visit my Ma @living_r_e_d ....... ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ My East coast crush CERES @cgoyette26 .......................
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