“Every one has a story.”

I have one too.

In 2018 I was diagnosed with Stage 4 Breast Cancer. It looked, sounded and tasted grim. It was life-changing. I had to quit my job. I had to devote a huge part of my life, or what’s left of it, to healing from this malady. The doctors said it’s treatable but not curable. I defied their opinion and I want you to know why.

Somewhere in the darkness of it all is the marvelous Light who took my trembling hands. Day by day, those gentle hands led me. To still waters. To beautiful gardens. To places of wisdom. To profound understanding of how faith can move mountains. This is my story.

I keep on writing because cancer taught me many things If only one person can benefit from it, it will be worth it (all).

“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not see.” Heb. 11:1, KJB