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both sides
Mar
23

How to Begin

This is a blog about smallest steps, showing up to begin to make something happen – to change perspective and expectations. Just begin, it is the hardest part. Read More

both sides
Jan
25

Art is Therapy

Art is Therapy - take the time and let your mind free to create. When we are knocked down physically and emotionally, it can be challenging to find positivity and freedom from worry as well as disabilities. Whether it is colouring, finding quotes with a photo, collaging in mixed media or sewing, let’s feel good and create. Read More

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

Bumpyboobs
Oct
01

My Default Coping Method

Hello hello hello and hello! Okay, enough of that. I think I’ll do that thing where I blog and pretend no one is watching. Dance like no one’s watching – except, I’ll write. And this isn’t on some big stage. And most importantly, I’m not wearing any leotard, ballet shoes, or waving any jazz hands. Man,… Read More

Bumpyboobs
Sep
03

The really bad joke

I don’t think the rounds of scans will ever become easier. No matter what the result, none of this is easy. Today however, was particularly hard. After almost two years of dealing with metastatic breast cancer through hormone therapies, it seems my luck has finally run out. With the cancer pushing further, I… Read More

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