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Archive: 06 2012
Bumpyboobs
Jun
24

Thursday was a heavier day, and not just because of the heat. Every six months, now moving forward to every year, it’s scan time. Thursday morning I had a mammogram, and I was meant to also have an ultrasound. Anyhow. We go to the hospital. They squish my breast till I’m standing at the machine (as the… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Jun
17

Today is father’s day, which mean we’ve spent the entire Sunday eating great food. First there was the truck stop by Arnprior, then we had a BBQ, and then there was a beautiful pavlova. So today’s post is going to be a short one. Really, a million things are happening right now here in the world of Bumpyboobs… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Jun
10

A few weeks back I read this great post about pro-active care by Dr. Rob Lamberts regarding assumptions made by patients that are not to their benefit. Now, I don’t reckon patients mean to make assumptions, but we can get overwhelmed or tired or freaked out in general, and sometimes it’s just easier to… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Jun
03

This  has been a week of notables – those dates that get bookmarked into life for better or worse. From my three year wedding anniversary (May 29th), to two years since finding that blasted bump (May 31st) and coming up to the date of diagnosis (June 6th), date of mastectomy, husband’s birthday, my birthday… Read More

Bumpyboobs
bumpyboobs
Member since
Feb 03, 2011

I was diagnosed with breast cancer a few days after my one year wedding anniversary. That was a shocker. After three years NED, cancer reappeared and pushed me to stage four. This blog captures life despite cancer. With international relocations, job search drama, fighting off apartment vermin, falling deeply in love and more. Life is challenging, but nevertheless inspiring and that’s what Bumpboobs is all about. You can find me over at @Bumpyboobs on Twitter, and hey - I wrote a lovely fiction novel! - over at http://www.CatherineBrunelle.com

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