Just wanted to say goodbye to all who gave me so much encouragment during my recovery. I have been in "remission" for almost 2 months now with no hiccups and consider myself fully recovered with a lifelong plan in place. I say goodbye to you all and wish you the best. I hope you can be strong when the going gets tough and stick to what you believe and what you know is best for you and your health. I can tell you recovery wasn't easy...I don't consider myself a strong person, so if I can do it, YOU CAN TOO! Hugs-
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