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Feeling all this.

I’ve been missing here awhile.
Here’s why:
I’ve been showing up in life a. Lot.
Living.
Enjoying.
Experiencing.
Presently, my life.

Here’s a glimpse.

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I hope you are experiencing life and love this summer too.

In love and healing,
Sera Fiana

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How I’m healing…

Let’s face it, we gather here, or starting gathering here a few months ago to prepare for, live through and now update on this beautiful journey of me going through my surgery, therefore, its only fair that I come back to the basics periodically and check in on how I am healing.  I’m grateful to say that today I am still healing very, very well.  Like the last few months, this week has been good.  Here’s some of the things that helped me heal this week.  As I head back to work, I think I’ll keep these healing tips in mind.  (Hopefully you can use them too!):

1. Rested and relaxed  My body was feeling quite tired this week and I listened to the call.  I’ve certainly been grateful for the increasing energy levels I have been feeling and felt briefly frustrated at the slow down.  I was reminded that I am healing, my body is simply telling me what it needs and, so I rest.  A few books, movies and emails later I am glad to say my energy is good today.

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Okay, so sometimes I rested by this pool at my apartment. Its true!

2. Spent time with great people  Why does it still always amaze me how wonderful I feel after a good visit with a friend or family member?  I love these doses of love and I had several special ones this week – My dear friend and courageous desmoid sister, Amanda, and a surprise visit from my Dad.  I am grateful and was filled with extra love and healing!

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First time seeing Amanda after surgery! She has been so key in my healing! I was grateful for the energy to get to DC this night and for our conversations of courage!

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Dad and I on an evening stroll! Look what we found!

3. Praying & Dreaming  This has been such a big part of my healing and it didn’t stop this week.  Praying for healing, dreaming and reminding myself of the great things I want in my life and being present to those things I do have has healed my belly, my heart and my mind – continuously.

Back to “work” this week.  Grateful I love what I do and work for a wonderful Company.  This is another big step in this journey and I am grateful you’re here to support me!

Please don’t forget to sign up or donate to Running for Answers.  Its coming so quickly and I’m not sure where my team is!?!

In love and healing,

Sera

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P.S. Still healing with lovely Farmers Market finds! My prizes this week.