Biking For A Cause

I recently completed the Survivingbreastcancer.org Coast-to-Coast Virtual Breast Cancer fundraiser – bike, run, walk.

It was amazing because I was knocking on the door of becoming a couch potato. It was the motivation I needed. I completed 150 miles in 4 weeks!

So, now, the plan is to stay active.

With the change of seasons, I am now walking from the parking lot to the hospital instead of taking the shuttle. It’s a good mile one way.

Every step counts. So, stay active!

Talk to you soon!

Thriving

I make a daily decision to stay grateful and positively focused on solutions despite the circumstances.

I am a two-time breast cancer thriver because of the grace of God. He has me here for a purpose; to spread love and care for his people.

I listen to my doctors, take my medications, eat healthy, and exercise.

I may have the occasional pity party, but after a few minutes, God reminds me of my strength and purpose.

We all have our trials. But remember to pursue what makes you thrive. Be blessed!

Talk to you soon!

Get Back Up

Today, my son reminded me that it’s time to get back up. This photo represents the Tammi I know and miss.

Life can throw you hard balls and knock you to your knees, but don’t stay down. Dry your tears, wipe the dust off, and fight back.

There is so much more that I want to see and accomplish. I know God has much more work for me to do. I can feel it in my spirit.

So, it is time for me to get back to being the woman God created me to be. It’s time to get back to Tammi.

Talk to you soon.

Beach Life

I feel like me, again. I am thankful that God allowed me an opportunity to live near the beach.

I had to come out early to beat the crowd. I am enjoying every minute after being in isolation.

I am also loving my new hair!!

Take some time to enjoy the beauty of God.

Talk to you soon.

Surviving Breast Cancer

I am a child of the most high God. By his stripes, I am healed. I am going through the process.

I fight for my aunts who lost their battles. I fight to show my strength. I fight to bring awareness. I fight for my loving son.

Talk to you soon.