FIRE FIGHTER CYCLE
I spent the last few months on the very edge again walking with the reaper, battling cancer for the third time. Strike three, but I am not out. Another firefighter career caused cancer. I was no longer really afraid, just very sad.
I won again this inning, it tried to sneak up but we caught it early!!!!!
It fought me this time with the deadliest cancer, that kills more people every year than any other. I would have thought after I just swam Alcatraz, finished a full Ironman and beaten it twice before it would have given up. Now it sadly lies in a jar of formaldehyde, waiting to be disected by a pathologist miles from my home. I hope to never see it again !
The surgeon was so inspired, he is running the Vancouver Marathon with me on May 3. Right after, I will cross Canada with my fantastic dedicated film crew, and the signed Canadian flag I carried around the world for the final filming before the movie releases. Likely November 29 2020 at the Dunbar theatre, then premier then globally in a theatre near you. I assure you the film will insire you to help others and overcome hardships..You are all invited to the premier. The people that supported me, gave me a food, a bed, a donation, the poor sick people I left at the cancer clinic yet again, even the ones that broke important promises to me, you are forgiven, forgive me...life is too short ask me!
The sick people that will never leave the hospital made me so sad when I left (for good).There is an incredible transformation of senses and appreciation leaving the sterile antiseptic hospital environment
Colors are more vivid, the cool wind in the air on your face, the sunsets, even the sounds of the birds, so crisp and clear ... every breath is a gift! . .Thank you God, or the universe or the power that we likely don't even understand, that grants one the gift of life. I intend on carrying on my journey of inspiration, and don't intend on wasting any breaths
I am a fire captain and cancer survivor.
In memory of the