Day 5 after breast cancer surgery and this Aries is not patient. Am I cured yet?
I take my impatience as a positive and good sign.
My life force is strong and alive and well and I’m ready to go go go and get out of this cabin fever.
But I will, and am, resting, I am taking it easy, as I’m still all bandaged up, and am finding other ways to channel my creativity, which is mostly writing and doodling at this time.
I’m eating gobs of fresh salads, greens and vegetables of all colours, and fresh fruits, and drinking green drinks and am juicing all kinds of veggies to flush this cancer and toxins out of my system. (p.s. I already did all of this before I got cancer. I’ve just bumped the veggies up a notch)
Mostly, so far, breast cancer is a nuisance, an inconvenience for someone like me who dreamed of travel photography, traveling the world, and it’s hard not being as physically active as I’m used to.
Patience Meditate Patience Meditate Medicate Medicate.
Oooops, autocorrect … I meant Meditate. 😉
— Brenda Johima