We cannot discount the simplest and most appreciated blessing during any prolonged medical fight! This (posted above) sort-of-poem-but-mostly-celebratory journal entry was the first time Andrew achieved the status of remission. It was a chemo induced remission and came after about a month of the fight with leukemia. That first month was hell. This journal entry was victory. It signaled that the three and a half year battle could now begin.
Caregivers and loved ones of caregivers – take every moment and every chance to celebrate victories along the way. (tweet this)
-the ability to eat food instead of a feeding tube
-an hour off the breathing tube
-the first step in physical therapy
-the first week clean from drugs
-the first trip home
-the first word spoken
-the first smile
Celebrate. It’s a huge, unexpected blessing to let go, to smile, to laugh and to celebrate!Celebrate the victories, it makes the battle easier! #write31days #caregiving via @caregivermom Click To Tweet
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