surviving cancer

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Cancer. I don’t have it. But there’s this horrible thing about surviving cancer- once a year you get to freak out wondering if your preventative annual check-up is about to turn into your doctor telling you it came back and you have 15 minutes to get your life in order before you die. I’m not exaggerating. It is scary all over again.

Noa has several moles that will be removed next week. If you think it might suck to find out you have cancer it is almost unbearable to wonder if your child does. I wonder if I should have had the moles removed earlier, if they are stage 4 and he will die because of me. I have had several broken down ugly cries about it over the last few days. I’m trying not to have anxiety but that isn’t going so well. It is consuming.

I have a surgery coming up in a few weeks. A spot appeared on my old melanoma scar and even though it came back clear, my doctor and the pathologist want to take a wider, deeper sample, just to be safe.

Virtual hugs to all you survivors.

I’ll be getting the blog up and running at full speed again in the next few weeks- expect some rad posts and at least 1,000 giveaways. At least.

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