My Brave Journey with Cancer – An Update

Today’s post comes from Live Brave, Not Broken’s founder, Lesley Glenn.

Today, I am writing on the Miraculous Life blog that I share with my husband.  I am finally going  public with the diagnosis that moved me to Live Brave, Not Broken.  Thank you from the bottom of my heart for joining myself and the other brave writers on this journey of Living Brave.  May we continue to encourage, uplift and spur you on to live your best life ever.  As always, we love to hear from our readers, so please comment or leave a message for us.  We will always reply.  You are that important.


This month marks the one year anniversary of being diagnosed with breast cancer.

In the doctors office the day I was diagnosed with cancer.

What a crazy, life changing year it has been.  It is hard to even put it all into words, however it is time and I have begun the process of really meditating on what has transpired in the past 12 months.  Lessons learned, grieving loss, embracing truth, and flourishing in the “NOW.”

This is the first time, that I will actually share my cancer prognosis with everyone, at the same time.   I decided that my journey was to be sacred back in January.  So I went off of social media for a time and still when I came back in May, I kept everything pretty private.

As I move into the now, and the not yet, the present and the future….I have become more peaceful with the reality of what is.

I no longer hold on to what “may be”  what “could be” or have a time table for healing.  Because the only thing that I am promised is today.

And that is good enough for me.

Two words that impacted this past year.

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