Once More Unto The Breach
Tales of my second go-round with breast cancer before the age of 40, and everything since.

Taking Five

Today is the fifth anniversary of my second breast-cancer diagnosis.

I didn’t quite make it to five the first time around—I was a few months shy when that second diagnosis completely blindsided us. (Not that the first one was any less of a surprise.)

Five years is a great milestone—a nice round number, an opportunity to pause and reflect and celebrate.

But truly, today is just a day—one of eighteen hundred and twenty-six days of getting up and getting through and putting that much more distance between me and that diagnosis.

And tomorrow will be one of eighteen hundred and twenty-seven.

 

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