Give Me Hope

I know I’ve made blunders trying to comfort others in their time of crises and over the past year, I’ve learned what it feels like to be on the receiving end of what others perceive is comforting me.

What leaves me gripped with sadness and fear, is hearing good hearted people I meet share their stories of cancer which ended in death.  I’ve been with my children, husband, mother, friends and the ones I love, during some of these tales.

I want to find hope everyday, all of us cancer patients do and sometimes we are masking the best we can, our fears for the future.

So for now on when others share their struggles, I’m only going to share the hope I have witnessed to their journey.

And what a cute outfit has done for me!

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