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sherry
Jan
14

16 Ideas for a Beautiful 2016

Along with our appreciation for your support, friendship and generosity in 2015, we're sending you our very best wishes - and a few inspiring ideas - for a beautiful new year. Read More

Bumpyboobs
Aug
18

From Flash to Thrash

(I wrote this post last week, but there have been such good posts on FacingCancer.ca lately! I didn't want to jump in right away. Therefore an update: The apartment is still clean. This is proof that miracles can happen.) These are one of those posts concocted in my head at 3:00AM. It feels like a good idea… Read More

countesstt
May
25

RUN FOR LIFE

I love to be outside.  I love exercising.  I feel alive and healthy and strong when I’m running or walking outdoors.  Early in 2006 I had decided to train for my first half-marathon to mark the occasion of my 40th birthday.  After getting bad shin splints that led to stress fractures I was told that I had to… Read More

Lendougall
Jan
09

My Experience Through Chemo

I thought I would share some of my side effects and what I did to combat them if applicable. I know that it's different for everyone but maybe this will help someone! Read More

countesstt
Dec
31

THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN

You might have heard about the Weekend to End Breast Cancer which is a 60 kms walk held in various cities in Canada.  I think there is a similar walk in the U.S. as well.  In 2006 I had planned to join my friend Julie to do the walk in support of our friend Jennifer who was diagnosed with breast cancer in her… Read More

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