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Archive: 12 2015
Bumpyboobs
Dec
05

Anything is Possible

Well, crack the imaginary bottle of champagne, that’s the end of my radiation. For the past two weeks, my chest has been getting radiated. Of course, it will continue to be ‘radiated’ for another couple weeks as the treatment has its impact, but at least I won’t need to go to the hospital and lay on the table… Read More

sherry
Dec
03

A Little Colour = A Lot of Hope

Despite my determination to survive a cancer for which there was no survival rate, I was afraid: Afraid that people would think that my cancer was contagious, that no one would ever kiss me again, and that no one would love me after cancer. It was during those darkest of days, when my family and friends were always there for me, that I learned just how vital a supportive network was to my survival. I also learned that a little lipstick and blush could do as much for my psyche as it did for my appearance, and that a spritz of fragrance could literally lift my spirits. Read More

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