The Impossible is Possible!


I had been in an interesting limbo since I found out the tumor was still there. I wasn’t thinking about if it would go away or if I would need surgery. I was prepared for both in a way. I even sent my scan to a doctor at Mayo, who hasn’t got back to me yet.

I was in acceptance. Which is where I needed to be. It allowed me to go deeper within and discover even more gems. My treasure chest is getting quite full. 💎💎💎💎💎

Now I am back too believing it’s gone and all of the work I have done was laying the foundation for that to happen. I now have the support of someone who is in alignment with what I believe to assist me.

I know that my art was telling the future not the present.

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