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A little peace can go a long way!

It is never that I am operating at one speed for more than a day or two.

Friday’s meeting with my surgeon left me feeling that there was no hope of ever being cancer-free.   841 more words

Cancer Journey

Time To Check Your Thanksgiving Attitude

The Thanksgiving holiday is just around the corner. It seems every year someone tells us to count our blessings…to remember all those things we should be thankful for. 357 more words

Toccoa Falls College

Fever fear

I’m a week past my first infusion, so it’s time for a new worry. Yeah, that’s right, now that I’m feeling much better, there is something new to worry about – infection! 170 more words

Breast Cancer

At last, The Last Chemotherapy

It had been the four months since the first chemotherapy, should I call it a period of physical and mental torture or a period of learning to have positive attitude and strong will power. 112 more words

Cancer

Graduation Celebration Week

My last Taxol/Herceptin chemo was May 5, 2009.  I was going to the chemo lab for weekly Herceptin infusions but at least I could drive myself and schedule those after work. 314 more words

Cancer

Progress is Progress!

Today I’m celebrating little victories! I like the little victories as they remind me I’m moving forward, that I can see a light at the end of the tunnel. 765 more words

Breast Cancer

If its Sunday, we must be in the Emergency Ward

Good Morning Everyone,

As the title suggests, Felicity is back in her second home, bed 44, east 5 at Concord hospital. The last three Sundays have a been a bit like “ground hog day” without the Sonny and Cher tune of “I’ve got you babe”!! 527 more words

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