Pennsylvania resident Janet Bitterman, 85, twice beat cancer and was surprised with a unique reward for it a ride on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, CBS reported.
“I had a lot of things go wrong with me,” Bitterman said. “I was tired. I lost my appetite, sense of smell. I lost a tremendous amount of weight. My goal was to get better. This is what I was striving for.”
“It was her motivation to fight her battle and get through all of her chemo,” said Brenda Yoder, Bitterman’s daughter. “Every time she told someone her story, her doctors, her nurses, everybody, everyone laughed and thought it was a great story. It was her inspiration.”
“I can’t imagine life without it,” added grandson Janet Bitterman, Gary Steinhart. – She’s very cool. She’s just gorgeous! ”
Janet and her grandson on Harley drove along the sunlit country roads of Northumberland County in Pennsylvania.
“Last year was a wasted year of my life,” Bitterman added. “I couldn’t do anything inside or outside. This year, I haven’t been able to do that much, but I’m getting stronger and getting more pep back to me.”