I thank all of you that have followed me so faithfully for the past five years. It will be different to not have to be anywhere at any specific time for awhile. Sleeping habits may change as well as eating. I am afraid I will have to get back into cooking more. My dogs will love the companionship. I will miss the therapy dogs that come to work for the patients but also the staff and I will miss their handlers.
Life is a whole lot about learning and dealing with circumstances and individuals. I hope I have gained some knowledge through the years. Will I travel, I hope to. Will I take some classes, I am planning on it. Will I make time for what I want to do, of course. So although this is totally about breast cancer it is about the breast cancer survivor who became a breast cancer educator and is now retiring. I will continue my statement of: make it a great day! Hope your days are great too. S