We are still here!

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I’m always amazed at the responses to my post “I’m still here” and it has become a bit of a catchphrase I use, even in response to a question in my private group.

What I see is that many of us are still here and I wanted to dedicate this post to those who frequently join in with my “I’m still here” posts.

I’m glad you’re still here too.  Share or comment if you agree!

We are still here

Check out the fantastic response to my 5th year ‘cancerversary’ post.  Click here to be inspired. 

Missed out 6th!!!

Check out the fantastic response to my 7th year ‘cancerversary’ post. Click here to be inspired.

Check out the fantastic response to my 8th year ‘cancerversary post’. Click here to be inspired.

Check out the fantastic response to my 9th year ‘cancerversary post’. Click here to be inspired.

Check out my “10th-year cancerversary I’m still here” post.  Click here.

And my 11th-year cancerversary post got a great response.  Click here – and join in the Facebook version here.

And my 12th-year cancerversary post got a great response.  Click here – and join in the Facebook version here. (My “Piss off Cancer” series has multiple uses!) 

My cancer is incurable but treatable, but I will never call it terminal.  Despite some issues so far, I’m still here and I intend to be here next year, and for many more years after that!

 

For the record, I’m aware that friends and relatives are no longer her and I send my sincere condolences to those grieving and missing a loved one ♥

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Ronny

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One thought on “We are still here!

  • Hazel Ingram

    I’m still here. Learning to live well with my disease and enjoying life. Family and friends are most important and appreciating sunrises, sunsets, footy and films. Family times and my village community, lots to be grateful for .

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