Today marks my cancerversary- the anniversary of being told I had cancer.  A day that causes one to pause and reflect.  And when I do, acrostic poetry comes to mind.  I like  this format because it allows me to touch base with a deeply meaningful experience, to pay homage to the healing process, yet allows me to also stay present to what is happening today.  Unlike the day of my diagnosis, in which I was waiting in tense anticipation of hearing the pathology results from the biopsy, today I am blessed to be here.  My physical health continues to improve, I am inspired by the work that I am doing, and I will be in the presence of my loved ones.

Here’s what I can up with- I would love to read yours!

 

Delivering

Immediate

Anxiety

Generating

Nervous

Outlook

Serious

Internal

Stress