Monthly Archives: August 2016

August 27, 2016: “I Never Thought I’d See You Up Here Again.”

It was the end of the second day of school, and out of nowhere I heard, “Mrs. Stewart?”    I turned around and smiled.    “I never thought I’d see you up here again.”   My face must of said … Continue reading

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August 17, 2016: Dear Self, Don’t Forget How Far You’ve Come!

Dear Self,   Your routine and schedule has been messed with yet again. Remember it’s because you’re healthy, and this is a huge step forward. You are pushing yourself past your limit every day. Wow! Isn’t it amazing that you … Continue reading

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August 10, 2016: Because I Carry the BRAC2 Mutation

What happens if you have tested positive for the BRAC2 mutated gene? I’m still not sure I even know or understand all the repercussions of knowing I have this mutation. I can just write about what I know to be … Continue reading

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August 9, 2016: Preparing to Return to Work

I haven’t had to report to work for nine months. I haven’t had a set schedule or a strict routine. If I wanted to sleep in, take a long nap, or go to the grocery store in the middle of … Continue reading

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August 3, 2016: Today’s Worth Celebrating!

Today’s worth celebrating! Every day is actually, and this date reminds me why every day should be cherished.    August 3rd, 2015, I was told I was in remission! At that moment in time, NO cancer could be detected in … Continue reading

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