Monday, July 9, 2007

A Great Weekend in California...

Well this weekend was really nice.

Surviving 3 out of 5 came up this weekend and she invited Marco and all of us to Hesperia Lake for the evening.

SaltnPepper's other half set a fishing pole for Marco and he hesitated at first, he didn't want to cast it out in the lake then he decided what the hell here it goes no one had to hold his hand behind his back.

Marco threw the first cast of the evening out. I was nice to see Marco toss that pole out the lake.

He did mention he might be ready soon to go out deep sea fishing in a couple of months he said.

Sorry to say no one caught any fish that night but we all enjoyed an evening at the lake.

Marco said he may go on Wednesday to see if he could catch something will see what happens he caught all of our attention when he said that. That is a good sign.

Check out the pics!
-Cancer Sucks aka The Wife

1 comment:

cancer sucks said...

hey I just read this and I thought you might like this inspirational story.

By: Sean Swarner

I'm actually the first (and only) cancer survivor to summit the world's highest mountain... Mt. Everest. When I was only 13, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease and given three months to live. When I was 15, I was diagnosed with Askin's Sarcoma. The prognosis was much worse as the doctors gave me only two weeks to live. Again, I survived.

Being the only person in the world to have ever had these two cancers, I really felt I should share my story to help motivate others and influence lives. On May 16th, 2002 at 9:32am, I became the first cancer survivor to summit Mt. Everest.

Since then, I have been lucky enough to reach the summits of three more of the world's seven highest peaks and have spoken internationally about my life and adventures to countless people and organizations. On the summit of Everest I brought a flag adorned with names of people who have been affected by cancer and left it on the top of the world forever commemorating the struggle of cancer patients worldwide.

I did the same to the highest point in Africa, Europe and just recently returned from 23,000-foot Aconcagua in South America! My ultimate goal is to climb the highest mountain on each continent AND trek to the North and South poles.

I am covering the globe with inspiration. There are plans for live chat sessions during the expeditions as well as TV spots and live summit bids from a number of the mountains! The reason for these expeditions is to inspire those affected by cancer (as well as anyone with a pulse!) to dream big and never give up.

Sean Swarner

The CancerClimber Association
1st Cancer Survivor/Patient to Summit Everest
International Inspirational Speaker
Chief Spokesperson, International Spirit of Life Foundation