My fiance, just so happens to be a Valentine’s baby! This doesn’t make him more romantic as some may think. Neither of us are your typical “romantic” types. We like it that way. Don’t just celebrate your loved one’s on certain days ie. birthday, anniversary, Valentine’s day. As I’ve stated, you don’t realize how valuable life and loved ones are. Don’t wait until it’s too late! Tell them in your own way every day. You don’t have to say “I love you” every day. In fact, I think it means more when you only tell them every now and then. What I mean is “show” them. Do something special every day. Whether it’s your child, parents, in-laws, friends, animals or just someone you’ve never met. Do something inspiring. Pick up trash on the street, buy the car behind you a coffee, make a phone call even when you’re too tired. No Regrets! I can’t say this enough.
We spent the day being kind to one another. Just like every other day. Of course, I wished him happy Bday and happy Vday, went out for dinner, but other than that we just enjoy every day together.
So, enjoy the day, make a difference. My entire way of thinking, my life, my personality is taking an overhaul. I didn’t realize how much I needed it, but every day I’m making changes for the positive and it’s making me feel so much better.
My levels are down to 24. This is very exciting. I have read that they drop very slowly once you get into your 20’s. Also, I have read that this is where some people’s starts to go up. Please, please don’t let this happen. I want to get to zero, without any chemicals, meaning the chemo shot.
“Make it a Great Day!–Go Inspire!”
P.S.We are so tired from our trip–going to be adjusting for a couple of days