A couple of months ago I went into the hospital for a routine surgery and found out the source of the problem was cancer. My surgeon was great he caught it, but the next step was chemotherapy. I started in September, once every three weeks, and I finish in January. In the middle of plans my life has changed, priorities have been shifted, but I thank God I'm still here to tell the story. I'm not done with chemo yet, but this is me on my birthday. I wanted to document where I am in this moment in time. Sometimes I look at myself and think, "Is that me?" I would see a face without features, as the chemicals took my hair and puffed me up. Yeah, I cried when my hair fell out, even though the doctors told me it would happen, but my hair will grow back eventually. This is me today. I'm not shrinking, I'm standing. Thanks be to God. I'm still here by His grace. We are still here by His grace. I hope this testimony helps someone facing cancer. We are not our diagnosis. Be More today. #bemoretoday #cancernotgonnakeepmedown. #cancertalk #Godcanhelp
Photos Vernon Scott, Makeup Danielle Henry, Husband Tarence Farrell, Life orchestrated and ordered by God.