Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Amazing Things of 2015

If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve been following my story. I could look back on this year and cry you a river, but the truth is behind every painful memory is a joyful celebration. This post is a year … Continue reading

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December 21, 2015: 41 Acts of Kindness

 Last year on my birthday, I challenged all my friends and family to complete 41 acts of kindness to help me celebrate my birthday over the course of the year. I don’t know who did or who didn’t and to … Continue reading

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December 17, 2015: Six Months After Chemo

It’s been about 6 months since my last chemo treatment. Yay! So how’s life going for me now? Not exactly how I had envisioned it to be honest.  I’m more fatigued now than I was as I went through chemo. … Continue reading

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December 13, 2015: An Answered Prayer 20 Years Ago

Twenty years ago today, my daddy won his battle against cancer. Not in the way we had it all planned out to happen though. These past 14 months God has shown me His ways are not often my ways and … Continue reading

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December 7, 2015: Special Place for Caregivers

There should be a special place in heaven for caregivers. They are the strength behind the bruised, broken and dying. They go without sleeping, pass on eating, give and give, and cover us up in kindness and love. Sometimes they … Continue reading

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December 6, 2015: I’m Okay But Miserable

I’m good. I really am. I’m okay just miserable. I go on my little walks. I move from one place to another to another to another in search of comfort that might come briefly but never for long periods of … Continue reading

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December 5, 2015: Exchange Surgery

Yesterday, I took another step closer to completing my journey against breast cancer. My temporary breast expanders were replaced with permanent implants. I guess it’s fair to say I have boobies again! 😊   It’s my understanding that my surgery … Continue reading

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