Today is my neulasta injection in T minus an hour or so, and already I have so many things to be grateful for.
The main focus of my gratitude is today is not necessarily my story to tell, so I will keep it brief and reuse ambiguous photos.
You never know how trivial your worries are until confronted with someone else’s.
My heart raced, and broke, and was made strong again. I forgot everything that happened yesterday and didn’t care about anything that might occur today.
My God, I love this girl, virtually my sister at this point. I am so, SO lucky to have her in my life. I’m glad this project exists because as much as I hate the fact that her yesterday was as it was, I’m glad she’s alright and part of the home, and friends I treasure.
That she exists to begin with is a blessing to anyone who has met her, more so to those fortunate enough to call her friend. That she’s alright, that she has faith, that she’ll move on to all the great things she has to accomplish is enough to make any dawn that much brighter.
~all the love~