Most of you know that I've started a new Facebook page for this blog and the neat thing is that I've had a couple of "Melahomies" that I've been following comment on my page and it gives me butterflies. Lots-o-b-flies.
It's still hard to talk/write about things, but at this point I feel like I've already opened up so much that some of you know me pretty well. Most of you are my family, some are my friends, others are people that I have never had a chance to shake a hand with - though I hope one day we will get the chance to hug and share a laugh.
I can't help but smile when I see that people have read this very blog in Russia, Germany, Australia, Thailand and several other countries. It's overwhelming, extremely humbling and somewhat worrying (only 'worrying' because I know that Melanoma was the key part of the internet investigation). I know it all started with a search engine, but I hope it ended with my words.
I started this blog to keep my family and friends aware of my inner thoughts and feelings and also hoped that I might reach an outer circle. I never imagined that it would reach a larger circle, even though that was a hope. I am so very happy that the circle is getting larger, as is our voice, and I am so extremely proud to be a part of the roar that we have.