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Make Today Amazing

May 9, 2017 was when I heard the words I thought I'd never hear, you have breast cancer. Shortly after that I was in Boston, at Dana Farber going through a clinical trial. During that time I started a blog based strictly on the cancer I had and posting encouraging thoughts and post. You can make Today Amazing is my theme during the past year. I would on purposely look for things to make my day amazing. The things I'd look for were like Make Today Amazing by Not getting Discouraged, or by helping others. Make Today Amazing by looking for "I love yous from God". I had my surgery in November of 17 at which time they were 99.9% sure all cancer was removed. On January 8, 18 I was starting a second round of chemo when I went into anaphylactic shock, I came within minutes of dieing. However, the Lord other plans and next Wednesday, May 3 I'll finish radiation. God has blessed me and my family! I serve a mighty God who loves us all, if it weren't for him the medical staff in Boston and Augusta I wouldn't be here today God gets all the glory from my journey of Cancer. I have tried to use my journey to be a blessing to others, staying positive, sharing Christ. "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine...." "Trust in the LORD with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding in all thy ways acknowledge him and he shall direct thy path." I've been Blessed beyond measure.

Paula Seavey
Vassalboro, ME