All while attatched to her IV pole, she managed to twirl, leap and pose her way through treatment.More window art of course- this time a happy caterpillar!
I also started drawing an image I hope to paint for her myself.... Stay tuned for these two finished works of art!
Watching her dancing is so inspiring to me. I am not a dancer myself but this dear child of mine just has a flow and grace to her movements that just seem to come from her soul. Please don't think I'm being over-dramatic or boastful ( I am certainly a proud mama!)- it's just something that has to be seen to believed. It comes from her soul. Her facial expression while she dances is one of such calm and confidence. Like her painting abilities, her dancing is something, I believe it is a God-given talent! I appreciate that she has this passion to get her through, what should be, a challenging time! Round 5 didn't stand a chance against this Dainty Dancing Warrior!
Overall, round 5 was the easiest yet. Ania came through like a champ and is excited that she only has to do this one more time! Four weeks from now, she will have her final treatment and she can finally begin her cancer-free life!