Ok! OK! I am sorry, what I actually meant was that I thought that I had finished narrating what experiences in my life would make any sort of benefit to a third person reading it. 10 thousand people reading it was just an observation, not a finish marker! In the future our life will be a blur of dirty nappies, duties, a crying baby, nappies, surgery, paper readings, thesis, nappies, being a “family” – and being good parents. Do you all want to hear such mundane stuff? I will have as much a ‘story’ or ‘experiences’ as anyone else at my stage in life. Anyways – I have so begun to enjoy the blog that I’ll keep at it when I have a chance!
But in retrospect, I think this forum has helped me keep focus – when it is so easy to lose focus along the way. On some days, it was the only “useful” thing I did between throwing up and avoiding food. Imagine if I was 3 months post chemo with nothing constructive to show for the time I spent under the needle! Maybe this blog classifies under constructive? (Not that I have anything more to offer!). And I think it was also a way to keep thanking God actively and consciously, even when the going was tough – I hope that is a message this blog can teach others- because miracles do occur if only we keep our hearts ready to realize them.