When Your Life Is On Fire
page Cathrine Kellison
When Cathrine Kellison, an intrepid adventurer in her early 60’s was told that she had incurable cancer, she did what she has always done in the face of any catastrophe. She lived life to the fullest. She celebrated her friends and let them celebrate her. She made more time in her schedule for her daughters and her husband. She embraced every opportunity for joy that came her way. And when none came, she made them. In her words, not long before she died, “Cancer will end my life, but it won’t define it. I am not my disease, neither victim nor survivor. I am simply Cathrine. And I am living my life like there’s no tomorrow.”
By Erik Kolbell
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