LiveSTRONG with a taste of yellow
I’m not posting a recipe or a cooking experience today. This is my picture as part of Winos and foodies LiveSTRONG With A Taste of Yellow event. You might like to pop over to Barbara’s site and read her very sincere and touching account of why she’s organised this and how she’s living each day with cancer.
There are not too many things more sad or devastating than when a healthy person dies. I’m in my late forties and, inevitably, I know cancer survivors and have known those who didn’t survive. It’s not just the person with cancer who is brutally affected, the impact on their family is deep and lasting. So here’s a yellow heart to remind me to stop and think for a minute on this LiveSTRONG day. I’m going to pin this up:
“You don’t get to choose how you’re going to die. Or when. You can decide how you’re going to live now.” – Joan Baez
and when things get very hard remember this:
“We could never learn to be brave and patient if there were only joy in the world.” – Helen Keller