HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!!!!!!!
little sweeter once you've been affected by cancer.
Letters and notes from friends are more meaningful, rainy days are still considered beautiful, and smiles from strangers are more powerful.
In the same spirit, I am more thankful than ever today to celebrate Independence Day!
Memorial Day was also more meaningful for me this year.
I am so thankful to live in a country where we can pretty much do as we please; land of the free because of the brave; and I am super thankful for those who founded this country and for those who have served and fought to keep it. Because of them I am free to do so many things that millions of others around the world cannot do.
I am free to write and publicly share my thoughts, feeling, and opinions (I love that first amendment!). I am free to work at a job I love, with people I adore, and spend time with family and friends. I am free to seek and receive treatment for cancer and any other ailments. I am free to worship God and openly express my love and gratitude for Jesus Christ, without fear of consequences. Just as we find freedom in Jesus, we find freedom here in America; thank God for both of those!