|Me the Teacher|
Allow me to try...
|First my hair went away|
|And then they took my girls|
Now, I'm not saying that I'm hiding or anything like that; but there is a certain level of...*difference* between who I was before cancer, who I was during it, and who I am now. So what's the illusion I speak of? What does it mean? Why do I say it in reference to myself? I've come to feel that something bigger than any of us could even *begin* to comprehend is going to happen in the next few years. I don't know what, and I certainly don't know when, but it's going to happen and when it does, we will all be revealed for who we truly are, and the true reality in which we are to live. So this, then, this life that we are all trying to carefully craft, nurture, and direct into where we want it to be because that's where *we* see ourselves in five, ten, fifteen years down the road, are undeniably #Crazy and are living in our illusion.
|In the chemo chair|
|Me the Drum Line/Band Director|
|Our fifth anniversary spent at chemo|
Think on it for a while. You may just see my crazy talk has some truth too it and if not that's okay, I'm going to keep living my life the best way I know how, enjoying it the best way I know how, being thankful for everyday I get, and continue to work on becoming the best version of myself I possibly can be until the truth is revealed to all of us.