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Archive: 01 2014
countesstt
Jan
30

I’LL GET BY WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS

So there I was away for a weekend with 9 of my old friends (the FPU) from high school.  We were at a chalet in Mont Tremblant, Quebec which is a beautiful spot any time of the year.  The first night at the chalet was really special and one that I will always remember.  Of course as it usually goes with a group… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Jan
24

Sex, Cancer, and the Things We Don’t Say

Okay, this is it. I’m talking about sex again. It was ages ago that I spilled the beans on contracting vaginas, so now I’m back to give you a refresher and to talk about an important project. Essentially, AnneMarie over at Chemo Brain Fog is once again going into lightly treaded territory and has decided to take on sexuality. I know—you know—we know this is a hot topic with the lid on tight. Beneath that cover there is serious bubbling happening. Read More

both sides
Jan
21

Be The Change

Change is uncomfortable. Change is hard but what if we actually make positive and rewarding goals? That would be so much better. Discover effort as the language of change and try a little make up, pull out a dress two days a week and surprise yourself. Empowerment is the confidence we need to weather new change. Relapse creates wisdom. Then we try again. Positive Thinking. Read More

countesstt
Jan
21

WHIP MY HAIR

A couple of weeks after my first chemo treatment was the trip to Mont Tremblant with the FPU (my girlfriends from high school) that I had been looking forward to for weeks.  The planning for this had started months ago and as you might imagine it took quite awhile to nail down a date that all nine girls were… Read More

riding shotgun
Jan
20

Always more to learn

As my sons Gabriel (6) and Samuel (almost 4) grow, it is fascinating to watch their relationship evolve.  They can  and will play constructively together - with the occasional recess to beat on each other - and they are starting to engage in interesting conversation. Sometimes these chats are quite hilarious… Read More

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