Monthly Archives: October 2015

October 29, 2015: Failing to Keep Up with the Demands of Life

I’ve been extremely discouraged as I’ve walked these past few months. I thought (hoped) the end of chemo meant the beginning of my return to life as normal. I’ve failed. 😞 I’ve been reminded since chemo I’ve had 1 minor … Continue reading

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October 28, 2015: A Year of Change

No clue I had cancer!         Suspicious . . .   Last visit before mastectomy . . .      My last days at school before surgery. . .       Refusing to let chemo steal my long hair, so I … Continue reading

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October 27, 2015: Results

My blood work is normal even for a normal person. I knew I had some normal in me. 😜 My thyroid looks good, so my fatigue is either caused by Addison’s or I’m just not up to putting in an … Continue reading

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 October 24, 2015: What Does ACS Really Say? What Do I Think?

I’ve heard a lot of chatter and have seen a lot of negative chatter about the American Cancer Society’s changes to breast cancer early detection guidelines.  Please read them first. This comes directly from their site: (I’ve bolded some keywords) … Continue reading

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October 22, 2015: It’s Been a Year

On October 22, 2014, time stood still, was rewound, and moved in fast forward simultaneously. One year later, the world is still spinning, and I’m still living in it. That’s a lot to praise God for!    A year ago, … Continue reading

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October 17, 2015: Race for the Cure, Dallas, TX

At 5:30 in the morning, my daughter, K’Lee, and I made our way to Dallas. I loved having her by my side. It meant more than she will probably ever know.     We were there…   I can guarantee … Continue reading

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October 15, 2015: Some Thoughts On Breast Cancer Awareness

There are two unofficial breast cancer awareness campaigns that seem to upset women.  So do we . . .     Or do we . . .    The answer is YES! If breast cancer is found in the earliest … Continue reading

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