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When I discovered I was pregnant, I did what I can only assume most parents do: I wondered who my child would be. When I discovered that child was a boy, I had visions of little gym shoes and football jerseys, baseball caps and toy trucks.
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Three years ago today the doctor removed my breasts after a breast cancer diagnosis. In the three years since this time, I am thankful for every second (well, almost, minus the ailments) which has been allotted to me by the Big One up above. 88 more words
Growing up in Southern California, I got used to being shaken awake. (And learned early that you shouldn’t have glass-framed art above your bed.) 866 more words