Coming home after almost a month of treatment…


the sweet feeling of coming home after being gone for almost a month…boy I’ve been through it. Chaos, fear, happiness, excitement, emotional rollercoasters, alternative healing, prayers, treatments, possibilities, conversations, faith, hope — but most of all…being so far away, I got closer to God every day, I was so happy to be off technology, and I feel renewed, happy, full of energy and ALIVE!  

Photo credit Pete Isockson

I will be blogging all about it very soon stay tuned — where the incurable has become a miracle. Where the impossible has become a rainbow of faith and love. Where fear has disappeared and love has taken over.  

Best of all? You’re coming with me. Your prayers lifted me when I was at my lowest. You carried me when my wings were broken. You loved me when I felt unlovable. And God…was lifting me and carrying me every time I felt alone. 
 I am beyond grateful that this new world of possibilities exists…
They say I’m getting close to the 50% mark of completion.  Even though we had a setback in March and some of the markers went back to original numbers, we also experienced a huge miracle.  More bone regrew around the tumor almost protecting all of it again where it had protruded in the past.  
Did you know bone doesn’t just regrow back? It usually just decalcifies. Doctors are blown away at this miracle that’s happening in front of us.  I got all the scans and X-rays to prove it.  We are almost on top of the mountain!  

Thank you for your prayers and love..

this photo exemplifies my feelings right now!

About Yvette Ulloa

Yvette Ulloa, the fiery Latina was born in NY and currently lives in California. Yvette is passionate about health/fitness, travelling the world full time, and teaching others to achieve success! Yvette Ulloa has been through a journey of challenges, however they have turned out to be some of the biggest blessings in her life. She has been happily married for 16 years to the love of her life Dave Ulloa, a former professional basketball player in Australia and self-made entrepreneur. Yvette's philosophies are all about contribution, sharing lessons from her journey with others, and she is lucky to travel around the world inspiring people with her story. She has spoken to audiences as big as 12,000 in Vegas, South Africa, Hungary, Greece and many other places, where she is highly acclaimed speaker and coach. In 2010, Yvette Ulloa and her husband Dave Ulloa achieved one of their life-long dreams to travel the world with Anthony Robbins and become Platinum Partners. They got to experience a whole year of immersion in Scotland, Egypt, Israel, Fiji and get personally mentored by Tony Robbins. One of Yvette's biggest passions is helping women around the world to believe in themselves and have a voice. She will reach out her hand to you to help you climb up to the top of the mountain! And nothing like enjoying the journey and making many pit stops to smell the roses. The coffee. The challenges. Anything that makes you grow and enjoy life. Dave & Yvette Ulloa are also professional tourists and ambassadors of fun. Dave Ulloa recently got back from climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free standing mountain in the world, at 19,000 altitude, one of the toughests and most rewarding activities of his life. Dave and Yvette Ulloa are Presidential Advisory Council members for the largest travel social media company one of the top 100 direct sales companies in the globe, WorldVentures. They were honored in front of thousands of people in Las Vegas for achieving the highest rank in the company, International Marketing Directors, being the first Latino couple to achieve this rank, as well as being the first team of both International trainers and speakers.
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3 Responses to Coming home after almost a month of treatment…

  1. Angelica Ortiz says:

    Wow… that picture made me cry of happiness….

  2. Angie Posz says:

    Yvette, I am a mom of a 20 year old daughter who, like you, had ameloblastoma surgery. We live in Northern Virginia and her surgery was done last July in Baltomore Maryland. Your story has inspired me to reach out because this condition is so rare and I feel like it is God’s way of connecting his “rare gems.” Olivia has been struggling lately with her new normal (her face is not the same, she has constant nerve pain and she has been having major issues with her oral tissues and implants). She could learn a lot from your positive attitude as she now also suffers from PTSD and depression. Any advice you could give would be greatly appreciated.

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