March 29 is a very special day for Rita Wilson that’s why she took the time to reminisce the good ole days with a lengthy post on Instagram.
Two weeks ago, the actress and her husband, Tom Hanks, tested positive for COVID-19 while in Australia. Many friends and fellow celebrities showered the couple with love and support and this week, they have returned to the US after recovering from coronavirus.
On Sunday, the actress reflected on the unforgettable experiences she had on March 29. She started by saying that it was on this date when she starred on Broadway with Larry David in his play entitled Fish In the Dark. It was also when she discovered she had breast cancer.
In addition, Wilson said that March 29 also marks her five years of being free from cancer after undergoing bilateral mastectomy. She mentioned that she is very thankful for her health and also to the medical staff, friends, and family who supported her during that time. Further, she also extended her thanks to her online friends for their prayers and optimism. She thanked God too for all the blessings she received.
The actress also said that it was during March 29 when she also received one of the biggest honors in Hollywood. Last year, she was given a star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. She used to walk this street when she was a child and read the names of the stars she admired. She never believed that she would have her name in one of those stars.
If that wasn’t enough, it was also on March 29 last year when she released her fourth album called Halfway to Home. She considers making music as a gift.
She went on to say that all this would never be possible if not for good health. She said that on March 29 this year, she is celebrating the beauty of life as well as the blessings God has given her. Most importantly, she is thankful for the good health as a survivor of coronavirus.- Advertisement -
To end, Rita Wilson encouraged her followers to do the same by reflecting and appreciating the blessings they have received, too.