Body confidence as your body is changed by cancer

Hello my friends!

How are you doing today? I am doing pretty well. I feel like I am on a roll! I had a lengthy to do list this morning when I woke up and I have accomplished every item and thrown in a few extras. What a busy woman I am. I do have a wounded finger from slamming it in the truck tailgate while camping this weekend. It huuuuuurts. My finger is cut in two places, the cuticle is ripped up, and my nail has a blood blister under it. Ewwwww, right? Otherwise, I am doing well.

As I just mentioned, we went camping this past weekend. The plan was to go for two days, but due to rain, bears, and not wanting to listen to noisy campground neighbors a second night, we came back a day early. But I had a great time. We had a great camp fire (thanks to Anna) that Mo kept going all night. We told ghost stories and weird stories we had heard on youtube. It rained in the middle of the night and we had to put the cover over the top of the tent. When we woke our coffee post didn't work so we went into Gatlinberg for an incredibly delicious breakfast! I will have great memories of that breakfast, and this past weekend for years to come.

Sooo, this video covers a few topics that make people uncomfortable. It goes over a good chunk of the things we feel self conscious about under normal conditions, and things that are magnified by the process of cancer treatment, as well as things that are specifically cancer/chemo related. It is my hope that you find some or all of this video helpful to you as you or someone you love goes through life with cancer.

Thanks for stopping by! See you next week on Tuesday or Wednesday!

Leslie

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