Celebrating the thrills of victory, reflecting on the agony of defeat and bounding obstacles while living life with incurable, stage iv lung cancer, incurable, progressive brain disease and recovering from a debilitating hemorrhagic stroke.
Sunday, February 26, 2017
We are gathered here today to get through this thing called life...
Yesterday was a bittersweet day. Lung cancer has a lot of ups and downs.
Elizabeth Dessureault, wife, mother, lung cancer advocate and fighter
She was so young and vibrant. It's just not fair. She was very positive through all her ups and downs. She raised lung cancer awareness and spirits with her attitude and just breathe bracelets.
I have a From Lizzie's Lungs bracelet. It was a gift from another lung cancer survivor, Nicole Russell. Nicole's 1 year cancerversary was yesterday. A cancerversary is the one year anniversary of one's lung cancer diagnosis. She is beating the odds, changing the face of lung cancer and surviving stage iv lung cancer for over one year. Congratulations Nicole. I love you and want to thank you for your friendship and support on this roller coaster called lung cancer.
Born in OH and living in CO four 20 years, Lisa Moran, a former letter carrier that sews her own vintage style clothes, is a 49 year old American female hemorrhagic stroke survivor living and enjoying life with incurable terminal stageIV lung cancer and incurable progressive brain disease while accomplishing emotional and physical feats.