It’s storytime once again over at Carrot Ranch.
In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that includes the greatest gift. Answer it as if it were a question, or show what it could be. Go where the prompt leads you!
The gift of life
Was given to me
Not once, not twice, but three times
Cancer can be a killer
I’ve escaped it
I am forever grateful
I’ve fought hard over the years
To survive and the fighting paid off
I will never give in to this horrible disease
That takes far too many lives every day
Remission does not mean it won’t come back
If it does, I will do battle again
I’m proof of that
Live each day as if it were your last
Whether you’re battling or not
Life is truly the greatest gift
© Susan Zutautas 2019
Diagnoses cancer. Chemotherapy, fight.
…………….. Battle lost.
This post is for Six Word Story Challenge. Today’s prompt is DEATH.
It doesn’t matter what, cancer to me is only a disease that I’ll always be able to overcome. You must keep a positive attitude and a positive outlook in order to beat it. What do you have to lose, you fight you will hopefully win, you give in to it and it will more than likely take your life.
It’s not a pretty ride with all the testing, radiation and chemo but just keep saying to yourself I got this, I’m going to beat this, and carry on.
Sure, you’ll feel sick and exhausted and feel sorry for yourself, but you must fight this battle to win.
If you’d like to read my story I’ve included a link below.
My life with cancer.
This was written for a challenge over at Fandango’s. The word prompt is battle.
Deep within her soul
she knew she’d not survive
Eventually the disease
would eat her alive
Live each day
as if it were your last
Fearful of unknown
Anything happens healthwise
Cancer really sucks
Head it on full force
Think positive and fight hard
Strive to win battle