Wahoo - school has started! Yesterday was my first day of classes at UVU. I'm teaching 2 writing courses, and I am happy happy happy. I love teaching -
This week begins the year of anniversaries. This week is the Timpanogos Storytelling Festival, and a year ago this Thursday is when I found the lump in my left breast, which has led me to keep this blog and this odd and awesome journey.
It seems to me that most of the breast cancer blogs I'm reading end with these first anniversaries. I'm starving for stories about moving forward and the bumps and dips that are a part of that journey. So, I'm going to keep writing, keep writing through the healing, through the discovering, through this mess called "figuring out what's next."
I promise this is no Ground Hog Day journey - I am learning, and I plan on never passing this way again. Lessons learned being delivered as "we" journey onward.
PS - I assembled my bag for yesterday's classes, Monday evening. Guess what? I had not touched anything since setting that bag aside last September. Seeing last year's course material was eerie, maybe just a touch of a Ground Hog Day moment.