Holding On To A Dream In The Darkest Days

You know how people’s lives flash before their eyes when they are dying? At the moment I realized I could die, it wasn’t my life that flashed, but my dreams.

I greeted my cancer diagnosis in August with a great deal of denial. I was a healthy, active woman when the lump was detected by a mammogram. What A Mother Knows, the novel I’d been working on for years, had just sold. I had editing to do, classes to teach, and a family to manage. There was no time to be sick.

~Leslie Lehr, aka, CC

Read how a dream helped push CC through the worst months of chemo.

What are your dreams right now?



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