Thanks pennieannie, I think this website will really be good for me & others that need to find & give information. Or just spill their guts. I feel I have a lot of information already, then I realize I'm just at the beginning. This is going to be a life process of learning. The interaction with people that are experiencing the same situations takes the edge off when you know what you're doing is right. I second guess on some days..but try not to 'cause it can be overwhelming. Now, that I'm feeling better, I put it to the side then go have Fun! That's my life goal is to have fun&stay as healthy as possible. I'm taking a trip to PA to visit my daughter & family on the 30th. I had my son here for Thanksgiving..while I was on chemo. It seems when you have people around you that you love..you put the chemo to the side. I even jumped in the Jucuzzi at their hotel after just having 48 hrs of chemo & fanny pak removed. Gotta do it when you can, if you wait your not going to do anything. I hope the positive stays..especially knowing the future brings on surgeries etc.
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- Survivor: Adenocarcinoma, Colorectal Cancer
- Patient Info: Prefer not to answer/not applicable/unsure, Diagnosed: almost 19 years ago, Female, Age: 53, KRAS mutation positive: Don't Know, BRAF mutation positive: Don't Know
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pennieannie wrote on wennis's wall
You are so right just enjoy life and look at all this as a learning experience. I am so glad that you are just going on with your life and that the treatments are not stealing precious time with family. Make memories that will never be forgotten.