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Happy Valentine's Day! ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’˜๐Ÿ˜Š

Hi, Friend! Happy Valentine's Day! ๐Ÿ˜Šโค





I just wanted to send you a message to let you know that you are loved! Valentine's Day has extra special meaning to me because on this day in 2011 I woke up in a hotel in San Diego and crossed the border into Mexico with hopes and prayers that maybe I could heal and go on to live a long life. I remember arriving at the hospital and not wanting to get out of the car. The building didn't look like a hospital, certainly nothing like I was used to in New York and Boston. It was small and old, located on a half-commercial, half-residential street in which each house had tall metal gates with locks. From what I remember the street itself was also old and dirty; the cars around were old too. There was nothing flashy or comforting in that moment besides my mom in the front seat and the sun shining through the chilled glass of the old, 70s style car in which we sat. Later, I took out the little stuffed animal my grandma gave me and the card my dad gave me, which I kept unopened until Valentine's Day.

Though I was completely outside of my comfort zone and was facing a very serious, scary, threat to my life, I was comforted knowing that there were people who loved me. Love gave me strength and courage to continue. Because it was so important to me, I want to reassure you with this!

I was also comforted by confidence in my treatments. So I want to remind you also of the research of Dr. Kelly Turner's Radical Remission factors which I implemented on my cancer journey as well as a lot of other great information on my website and the many testimonies of people who have overcome late-stage cancer. I hope it helps propel you forward on your cancer journey in confidence and joy! Know that you're not alone, and that all things are possible with God!

With love, Bailey ๐Ÿค—

Brighter Days by Blessing Offor

Jeremiah 29:11 For I know the plans I have for you,โ€ declares the Lord, โ€œplans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

P.S. Below, the first picture is from the benefit my sister's friends did for me to help pay for my treatments. The second picture is me drinking my first Gerson green juice on the rooftop patio my first day in Mexico. I was wearing my America East Swimming and Diving shirt in honor of my teammates who were competing in our championship competition that week. โค