|Teaching bad habits early!|
When I was diagnosed with cancer almost 18 years ago, one of my first goals was to live long enough to see my children graduate high school. For my youngest, that was 8 years away. Not a lot of non-Hodgkins lymphoma patients live that long. But I can tell you today, that all three children have graduated college and are all married. Three weeks ago, Gwen and I were in Houston to enjoy the birth of our first grandchild. Last week we returned to babysit while Momma go out for the first time.
In June, 1993, I never thought about a "bucket list" per se, but there were definitely milestones I wanted to reach in this life and I am so grateful that I have greatly exceeded all of those expectations!
When times are tough, don't let yourself stress too much, or become depressed. Rather, spend your time counting your blessings.
A "bucket list" is a good thing. We all need to have goals and dreams. Create, or update your list, then start celebrating as you check out the items on the list.
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