I had to get my MRI scan to make sure the breast cancer is still not evident. It came in 2015 and new cells in 2016. There are no guarantees so I do what I can to catch it early if it does ever come back again.
__I wanted to do the dance in the MRI room, but the tech said my GoPro wouldn't record well through their glass on their side of the room. So I ended up dancing in my dressing room with the music in my head. My tech was waiting for me to get one last signature so I know she was wondering why I was taking so long to get dressed.
__Cancer sucks, but I choose to find the good things in life, such as being a bit silly.
__Opening my gown was for a bit of dramatic effect, but it's also the reality of a cancer patient/survivor. I've had my surgeon, plastic surgeon, oncologist, radiologist, radiation tech, ultrasound tech, mammo tech, nurses, general practitioner, OR nurses, MRI tech, CT tech, and the list goes on of people who have seen my breasts, examined me, poked me with biopsy needles, insert a wire in me, give me radiation tattoos, inject my tissue expander, perform surgery. We have to show ourselves to so many people all in the name of trying to stay healthy. This is our "new normal" and it's not normal, but we do it to live. It's just a glimpse into the follow ups and one of many appointments we have.
__Cherish each day because tomorrow is not guaranteed.
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