P.S. I Love You Posted March 28, 2008 Share Posted March 28, 2008 …about posting good news. Bev is now 3 years out of treatment. Her CT and PET scans have come back clean again. I feel so, so lucky. But I know luck only played a small part in her survival. Bev’s gentle, loving nature hides a reserve of grit and determination. She gave it her all and did what ever had to be done. When I think of all that she unhesitatingly went through, it gives me a chill. Well, I’m waxing poetic now. I better quit before I sprain my index finger. While she’s still a proud member of this Survivor group, she leaves it to me to keep in touch with you all (Sorry, Kasey!). I think she wants to distance herself from cancer as much as she can. I don’t blame her one bit. I read all of your stories. I believe anyone who has made it this far to come on this board and share is a very strong person. We are all stronger because of it. I hope Bev's success will impart some hope to all of you in this battle. We’re off the rollercoaster now and trying to find our way to the exit. I think it’s near. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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