a very important day

I missed it. 3 January was my 5 years. I am officially 5 years cancer free. I was officially cancer free for 5 years, 2 days ago. The day I have held as my goal without really meaning to, yet yes counting and being subtly aware of. And I missed it. It was a damn important day for me, a day I wanted to mark and rejoice and give thanks and smile and be still and light a lantern and gently weep, looking up into B’s eyes with wonder and love at all we have achieved. Ohmigod, I think I’m going to vomit. And am seriously considering romance novels as my next outlet. But, how simply fabulous that I missed it. I love that. Even though I made B squirm cos he missed it too. I haven’t told him I had too. Well, I have now. Seriously though. Life is great, life is every day, every little thing every day is as important as everything else, nothing is more important, it’s just the importance we attach to things that makes them so.  I am here, I am loved and I love. With all my heart and I am thankful and grateful for every day. And not especially for 3 January. I have grown, I am brave and I look forward to every day with courage and excitement and gratitude. As must we all.

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19 thoughts on “a very important day

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  2. Oh my word…….I missed the post. I missed the day. I missed the moment to congratulate…………but in truth it was always to be. Your courage your belief your heart sentiment has had us celebrating everyday for the last 5 years. Congratulations out Brave Heart. Heres to the next. And the next. And the next………………….And that tattoo x

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    Lindiwe Maduna, Samantha Yates Schroeder, Robin Davey and 21 others like this.

    Gillian Freimond Rightford That’s just brilliant.
    January 6 at 7:17am via mobile · like · 1

    Kerry Solomon Wonderful!
    January 6 at 7:23am · like · 1

    Caroline Gayle Forsyth Awsome, amazing, wonderful……. Life is great!!! Cheers to you Lianne
    Xxxx
    January 6 at 8:31am via mobile · like · 1

    Rick Sherwin I”m sure there are many people happy to hear this. Me too.
    January 6 at 9:46am · like · 1

    Heather McNeice Yay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    January 6 at 12:43pm · like · 1

    Lisa Fourie xo
    January 6 at 4:50pm via mobile · like · 1

    Karen Bruns Fanfargingtastic! X!
    January 6 at 4:59pm · like · 1

    Sonja Nel Hi Lianne, I wanted to say something clever and inspirational, but the truth is we are both just so happy for you! Lots of love
    January 6 at 7:39pm via mobile · like · 1

    Yvette Puchert Luvya!
    January 7 at 4:55am · like · 1

    Samantha Yates Schroeder I am so happy & proud of & for you that you missed it…. Well done beautiful.. That in itself was a momentous achievement…. xxx Looking forward to a quiet bubble over that.. xx
    January 7 at 5:20am via mobile · like · 1

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