Wednesday, December 3, 2008

P.S.


PRIVATE CELEBRATION FOR ALL TO SHARE.

Five years without cancer I celebrate today.
Five years since I spanked it and sent it on its way.
Two thousand days of living! So I am on a high.
I love being five years older!
It means I didn't die!

14 comments:

Maggie May said...

Brilliant! Congratulations! Something to celebrate! Have a drink on me!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Hi Brenda. Pleased you visited my site and enjoyed reading it. Nice to meet you. I too am a retired teacher.
I love Brer Rabbit stories and like you I often wonder whether they are deemed racist these days. Sadly in the days when we enjoyed them with our children we never gae such things a thought.
Shall put you on my blog list as I have enjoyed reading you. Best wishes to you.

Bear Naked said...

Congratulations Brenda for your last 2000 days.
Here's to the next 2000.

Bear((( )))

mrsnesbitt said...

((((((HUGS))))) Brenda! I celebrate with you, I will toast you tonight.

Elizabeth said...

This is so thrilling to hear.
A real reason to celebrate--

All best wishes from New York.

Kay Dennison said...

Wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Reader Wil said...

Congratulations! This is certainly a great opportunately for celebration.
Thanks for visiting and don't be so modest! You aren't ignorant for you are a teacher like me and know how to find your information at Google. That's what I do at least. I copy most of it.
I like your rhymes very much.

photowannabe said...

Congratulations on 5 years. That is terrific. Delightful poem that says it all.

Winifred said...

Congratulations Brenda! Wishing you many more thousands of days.

I'm off to get a glass of wine to toast you with cheers!!!!!

~*sis*~ said...

whoo hooo and yipppeee!!! here's to many more thousands of days :-)

Dogwalkmusings said...

Congratulations! It has certainly be our gain!

Tash said...

I am sooooo very, very happy for you! That's is fantastic & the best reason to celebrate. I also loved your poem. (I'm 1/2 way there - from Aug 2006 - & by golly, I'm making it too.)

Merle said...

G'Day Dear Brenda ~~ Many congrats for beating the beast, and I hope you continue enjoying cancer free days. I hope you will be as fortunate as me. I had breast cancer 29 years ago with no return in all that time. Enjoy your 5 year celebration. Love and Hugs, Merle.

Kat said...

I join all your well-wishers above Brenda. Praying to God for a healthy and jolly and naughty :)))) life to you.