In May of 2017 I was diagnosed with MMMT cancer or gynecological carcinosarcoma. The chances of getting this cancer are 1 in a million. It’s a very aggressive cancer. Due to its rarity, there are no treatments specific to this kind of cancer. The research I have done shows that women tend to live about 3 years from diagnosis.
Somewhere between recovering from chemo and being declared cancer free I realized I was living in in between time; living with the absurd notion that death was no longer courting me and I could go back to living a life more focused on aging.
I decided to document my daily life as a way of being fully present- even if just for one moment- each and every day. This would be my meditation practice- visible.