Most of time am positive, but...

Most of the time I do real well, being very positive and very upbeat, but you have your moments of sheer terror, and they just come out of the blue and just wash over you, this fear that you're not going to be all right and that it's going to come back and that you're not going to have a future. So, when it comes you cry, and you get on with it and try to do hopeful things. We're building a brand new house. And during the entire year that I went through the six months of chemo, I went through the bone marrow transplant, we had an exchange student living with our family from Costa Rica.

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