We’ve STILL Got This

26 Oct

Well, we did it–we outlived Chip’s prognosis!!  While today was chock full of emotions that ran the gamut, I was overwhelmingly grateful to have had the privilege of spending this precious day with Chip and our kids.

It was also surprisingly liberating to be freed from the timeline the prognosis of one-to-two years had pinned us in. Now we are in uncharted waters, and I can’t wait for Chip to continue to defy the odds on his own course.

The past two years have been filled with so many shocking and scary lows, but the highs have been oh, so much sweeter.  May we continue to embrace the next couple of years with the willingness to accept the things we cannot change, the perseverance to endure the difficult days and the ability to be present and grateful in the quality filled ones, because we’ve STILL got this.

– Sheila

From http://www.lungevity.org:

LUNGevity is proud to release our 2014 Foundation Video. The video featuring stage IV lung cancer survivor, Chip Kennett, was premiered at LUNGevity’s NY and DC Galas and speaks to the importance of accelerating lung cancer research.

Donations to LUNGevity help provide support services, as well as funding for research projects to get the science from the lab to the patient faster.Because of this cutting-edge research, and the donors who support it, there is hope.


5 Responses to “We’ve STILL Got This”

  1. Shannon Davis October 27, 2014 at 2:19 PM #

    You two simply lift my world. I love your candor, I love your hearts, I love your HOPE.

  2. Jana Whealdon October 27, 2014 at 6:23 PM #

    Congratulations on 2+ years! The film clip was inspiring. I think of you often.

  3. Louise Henry October 27, 2014 at 7:23 PM #

    You go girl !


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