And it’s curly!

So many of you have walked through my breast cancer journey with me.  I am so grateful for your prayers, your encouraging words, and your efforts to cheer me on on the hard days!

I’m feeling more like myself every day.  Mark and I are eating clean (no preservatives, GMO’s, enriched/refined foods), I’m keeping my weight down, and I’ve started exercising again.

Those were my three assignments from my oncologist: 1) eat nutritionally healthy food, 2) keep my weight down, 3) exercise regularly.  I’m being as obedient as I can be!

The fun part of this season of recovery is my hair!  My hair is coming in so curly! I haven’t had it cut at all since it’s been coming in so I just had to share a pic with you of the “Before–During–After” hair transformation!

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Now how fun is that?!

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5 thoughts on “And it’s curly!

  1. Your hair is BEAUTIFUL. So good to hear your are feeling better. My mom’s hair came back curly as well and we all loved it 🙂

  2. Jill I love that you are so up front about your ordeal. About 15 years ago I began attending Hearts at Home conferences in Michigan. I devoured the workshops, bought the books, and enjoyed a girls weekend once a year. At the time I had young children and the conference was exactly what a needed. Fast forward to now, I have two kids in college and one in high school, and like you, I was diagnosed with cancer. Three and half years ago I was diagnosed with stage IV ovarian cancer. Like you, I used the ordeal to witness to others, to spread knowledge, and to show that you don’t have to talk about cancer in a whisper. As you start to regrow your hair, I am starting my third battle with cancer. I have enjoyed small periods of time away from it all, but unfortunately recurrence is very common for ladies like me. Keep up your efforts and good work. I remember my Hearts days with such fondness.

    • Laurie I’m so sorry that you are facing it once again. I love that you are using your challenges for God’s glory. In the midst of your changing health, keep your eyes on your unchanging God! I am adding you to my prayer list.