Note: This is a blog entry dated October 18, 2017 by Lisabeth Mackall. She is the author of Dying to Live Your Life.

Some gains in my world tonight. Pain has been controlled since mid morning.This is literally dying to live your life.

This which means we may have figured out how to get through this tough healing process. With this gain comes the side effect of sleep. Sleep for me is always fitful. Rarely do I sleep longer than 2-3 hours before waking up. I often sit restless for a while before falling back to sleep.

Late morning brought several medications to help stop the muscle spasms. They also relieve the pain which made me groggy, and I slept for three hours.

I slept so hard I thought it evening when I woke up.

We kept the pain at bay most of the day which included another long nap in the afternoon. Talking about dying to live your life.

I did not realize how little sleep I actually get every day until I finally got some solid blocks of sleep.

Pain is still well-controlled and I’m headed back to sleep.

If things stay stable I will get home today – and Home is where I want to be.

Note: This blog is a blog entry by Lisabeth Mackall, author of two inspiring novels- Dying to Live Your Life and 27 Miles: Tank’s Journey Home. This blog is just one of the many entries that chronicles Lisabeth’s trials and triumphs in life.

Dying to Live Your Life is about her battle and survival over breast cancer and its painful treatment.

The book was published in January 2016. Mackall wrote her other book, 27 Miles: Tank’s Journey Home few years ahead of the first book. In 2013, Lisabeth’s husband Frank met a tragic accident that left him with a brain injury. The book details the trauma, emotions as well as the support that the family experienced following Frank’s accident.

Here in this masterpieces, we see Lisabeth’s strength, resilience and love for the family before and during the events of her own breast cancer. Lisabeth is a cancer survivor, a wife, and a mother trying to raised her family despite the difficulties that life has thrown and is throwing at her.

These blog entries are not only transcripts, they also serve as inspirations. Today, Lisabeth Mackall continues to inspire others by hosting and organizing talks, symposiums, and therapy sessions. She works with different organizations, individuals, the law enforcement community and various organizations in order to make each activity a success. You can check Lisabeth Mackall’s latest blog entries, news updates, future and ongoing events by visiting her website.

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