What better way is there to spend an Easter Saturday than up a cliff on the Dorset Coast path? When the sun went in it was quite bracing, but with the wind on my face and running through my tiny strands of hair, it was a wonderful reminder of all that is beautiful and wonderful in the world.
Standing on a cliff with no hair is number 17 on my ‘brighter life list’. I still have hair around the bald patches (although a lot less after my latest shower), so it doesn’t quite score me my first tick on the list, but as a dress rehearsal, it was pretty exhilarating. If you are ever presented with the opportunity in your life (and I hope it has nothing to do with illness), I would encourage you to get yourself to a coast path – and fast!
If today didn’t remind you of how happy you are to be alive, then make sure tomorrow does. My brighter life list is about seizing the day and not waiting for happiness to find me. I’ve spent too much of my time wishing my life away. Now I want to cherish every moment.
It’s time to stop dreaming and start planning.
2 thoughts on “Breast cancer lesson number 66: Always look on the ‘brighter’ side of life”
Lovely sensation isn’t it:-) loosing your hair is an experience many don’t have – you are right to embrace it. All the very best for your next treatment. Paula x
Love it! Happy Easter to you, Duncan and your families. Hope to see you again soon. F xxx