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Hey there, it's me Kathy : The timing couldn’t be worse

Kathy Golemiec
Kathy Golemiec

There always seems to be something to deal with in life. Always.

My week was better than the last few but it wasn’t without its challenges. Last week it was my cellphone. The doctor kept calling me but my phone decided not to work. Do you know what it's like having a brain tumour and missing the calls that are going to tell you what the doctors plan to do to try to help you? It's heavy on the stress level.

Can you imagine being told you have a brain tumour and yes, it’s cancerous? You rely on your faith. That doesn't mean you give up the fight, it just means you double your fight power. I'm not just praying more … I also started to turn myself around and am eating right, drinking more water and I have a feeling this is the fight that I should have been getting ready for all along. I have a feeling I can do this, especially with all of you sending me good vibes and no matter what your religion I need you to pray a little more for me.

I recently went to a healing touch session and was so glad I went.

I met a woman who could read my aura and told me that I was going to be fine. I was listening to this girl telling me things about me that she could never know, so I was amazed. She said she could see auras since she was a child and could see mine. She was right about everything she told me about myself so it gave me a sense of hope.

She also told me I needed more water, and no, she had never read my column (where I’ve said many times I’m supposed to drink more water). She told me to think of a dam … if you block up the dam to a trickle, nothing under the dam would grow and it would stop life. But if you have the dam open and running full, it brings life. That made so much sense.

Weight wise ... whoops. 143. That will come off when the junk food goes away.

The pain level on my wrist was 10 last week so I started going to physiotherapy. I have to go every Monday until we can try to fix my wrist.

Thank you for all the letters and gifts from my readers.

Tip of the week: Take some time for you and think about three things that you love about yourself – the things that make you unique.

Have a great week!

Kathy Golemiec is a former resident and business owner in Stewiacke where she still has strong family connections. She currently lives in Westville. She is chronicling her struggles and challenges as she undergoes cancer treatments. Her column appears weekly in The Colchester Weekly News.

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