A day at the beach, one year later . . .

20 Feb

One of the things I did while spending part of the day at the beach

4 Responses to “A day at the beach, one year later . . .”

  1. Sandy February 20, 2010 at 12:52 PM #

    I love your video! It’s very Zen: a reminder that everything is always changing. I hope you enjoyed your day at the beach. 🙂


  2. cancerfree2b February 20, 2010 at 11:34 PM #

    Thank you Sandy, that is one thing we can always be certain of – is that things will change. I did enjoy the beach. It worked out perfectly because I had a morning appointment at Hoag and then a late afternoon appointment (the physical therapy appointment – and by the way – I do cry like a baby from that) near Fashion Island. So I spent the time in between at the beach. It was really nice to sit and watch the water, get my feet wet too and to just be at the ocean, very peaceful. I brought some materials to study while there, but opted to just enjoy the outdoors.

    I hope you are having a nice weekend. Tomorrow I am going down to San Diego to see my brother and help him celebrate his 50th birthday (his birthday was Friday) . I can’t believe he is 50 years old, just doesn’t seem possible.

    Thank you for reading and for your comments 🙂


  3. David February 21, 2010 at 1:19 PM #

    Hello Lisa,

    The video turned out so cool! Very clever and a nice way to state the progress made by you! You’re an awesome woman who has courage and a will that is just so remarkable! God Bless You!

    David O

    • cancerfree2b February 22, 2010 at 4:54 PM #

      Thank you David,

      And thank you for meeting me in Newport, it was so much more fun with your company 🙂 And, as for progress, well, I could not have made it this far without my family and my friends – you have been such a help to me in more ways than you probably know. So, thank you for all of your support and prayers and well, just everything.


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