celebration since diagnosis of mm. Therefore there is more joy and celebration, much thankfulness and gratitude to GOD for the days He has added. And by looking at past photos taken during our annual gathering with friends – I can see changes in ME! I looked more ME, i.e. the ME that is before mm. There were early photos where I looked more “bloated” …. yucks … and I literally had to find the biggest and widest “tent” to wear. But this year, I am so very thankful, with lower dose regiment, I can slip into my pants and not look so big!
My friends of over 20 years …. we still meet and cheer each other on, for there are much we can be thankful for in each other’s lives. That is what all of us need, be cheerful and give cheer.
I am especially glad to read of fellow mm-er,