Posted by Karen (188.8.131.52) on June 26, 2000 at 12:10:36:
In Reply to: How Do You Live Your Dash? posted by Terry S. on June 25, 2000 at 17:36:28:
The very day I was diagnosed with breast cancer in my 8th month of pregnancy with Stephen. It changed more when I was unable to care for my new born and my other child as I wanted to because of breast cancer. It changed yet more during all my treatments, surgeries and recovery with breast cancer. It changed for the good after meeting people battling and fighting for their lives while their loved ones did their best to deal with their condition and care for them even though death was with no doubt the outcome, while I had breast cancer.
My dash, how I viewed it and how I lived it, became very meaningful to me during that time. It changed my whole way of thinking about life. It changed my attitude. It changed the way I lived. It helped me realize that I was getting closer to reaching the end of my dash and I felt how I spent that time and what I did in that time was/is very important to me. It is important to my family as they are effected by how I choose to life that portion of my life.
That's my view about my dash.
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