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Archive: 11 2011
Bumpyboobs
Nov
30

Twenty five ticks till Christmas

It’s November 30th, 2011 – tomorrow is the first of December, 2011, and in my household that means the start of Christmas. Now whether or not your celebrate this occasion, everyone has moments designated to celebrate life and family and spirituality and peacefulness. For me, that's Christmas. But there's… Read More

Posted in: Chemotherapy

both sides
Nov
30

Reconstruction Q & A

Reconstruction Q &A I sat there as the paper shook in her hand and I held that hand and said I will help you through this…… It is these moments that I know I am here for a reason. This is the most meaningful part of me and hope I continue to use it. I always look at what I bring and how it can change… Read More

Posted in: Uncategorized

lovely_lady_lumps
Nov
28

My Cancer-Free Weekend

Last weekend was by far one of the best weekends of my life. Friday, I got to Toronto and was lucky enough to attend a film festival devoted to breast cancer (http://www.breastfestfilmfest.com/). Friday night, a number of us had dinner together. Across the table from me, one woman was introducing herself to… Read More

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both sides
Nov
27

A Christmas Tree Remembers…

A Christmas Tree… As I get out all the Christmas boxes, I reflect on where I was last year – at the end of treatment with my hysterectomy and BRCA results… I realized last year, as Christmas cards arrived from far and wide saying “Hope you had a wonderful year!!!” that I had to write one of those letter… Read More

sueglader
Nov
27

No no

I know no. No, this can’t be happening. No, I don’t want to lose my hair. No, thank you, I’ll pass on daily radiation. In truth, I couldn’t say no, and neither, most likely, could you.  We had to figure out a way to square our new horrid reality with ourselves. No matter how much we wanted to turn… Read More

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