Mary Maegan Brundage, January 14, 19 something: The Final Chapter of this Cancer Story

And now, as promised, the exciting conclusion (still read that in a 90s movie trailer voice. I have been rewatching a lot of 90s movies…)!

Moving Forward: I went to my gyn onc on Monday and he gave me the BEST news! I don’t have to do any radiation, so I’m essentially done with active treatment!! I have very mixed feelings about that, but I’m mostly excited to move on with my damn life. I remember thinking in April when I was diagnosed again that I would never make it to December with another surgery and chemo ahead of me. Now it’s all behind me. Well, the awful treatments anyway. I’m still unraveling my feels. I have varying contrasting emotions, but I’m mostly joyous and so. incredibly. thankful.

I couldn’t have done it without each and every one of you. I can’t believe the community of wonderful, generous people around me who didn’t miss a beat when I needed their help. I could gush on and on, but I’ll leave it here for now.

In the early days, I felt guilty for all the help I was receiving until my mother pointed out that I’ve been serving people for almost a decade through my work and volunteer work. She told me that all of that good energy is came back to me. I am so excited to spread positivity, light, and love again every chance I get.

I’m so happy to be here in this body!

So damn grateful,



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